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Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black

Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black

Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
Intel Compute Stick CS125 Computer with Intel Atom x5 Processor and Windows 10 (BOXSTK1AW32SC),Black
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Features

  • Quad Core Intel Atom x5 Z8300 Processor
  • Windows 10 (32 bit)
  • Intel HD graphics
  • 2 GB DDR3L 1600 MHz soldered down single channel memory
  • Integrated Wireless 802.11ac (Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 7265)
  • One USB 3.0 and One USB 2.0
  • Bluetooth 4.0

Description

A new way to plug into home entertainment, the Intel Compute Stick lets you transform any HDMI display into a full computer. Loaded with Windows 10 and ready to go out-of-the-box, the newly redesigned Intel Compute Stick has a quad-core Intel Atom x5 processor for the performance, quality, and value you expect from Intel.


Memory Speed 1600 MHz


Card Description Integrated


Wireless Type 802.11a/b/g/n


Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1


Brand Intel


Series BOXSTK1AW32SC


Item model number BOXSTK1AW32SC


Operating System Windows 10 Home 32-Bit


Item Weight 0.4 ounces


Product Dimensions 4.44 x 1.49 x 0.47 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 4.44 x 1.49 x 0.47 inches


Color Black


Processor Brand Intel


Processor Count 4


Computer Memory Type SDRAM


Flash Memory Size 32


Hard Drive Interface Solid State


Hard Drive Rotational Speed 0.1 RPM


Optical Drive Type None


Voltage 5 Volts


Manufacturer Intel


ASIN B01AZC4NHS


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 15, 2016


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 755 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,016 in Computer Components


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Features

  • Quad Core Intel Atom x5 Z8300 Processor
  • Windows 10 (32 bit)
  • Intel HD graphics
  • 2 GB DDR3L 1600 MHz soldered down single channel memory
  • Integrated Wireless 802.11ac (Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 7265)
  • One USB 3.0 and One USB 2.0
  • Bluetooth 4.0

Description

A new way to plug into home entertainment, the Intel Compute Stick lets you transform any HDMI display into a full computer. Loaded with Windows 10 and ready to go out-of-the-box, the newly redesigned Intel Compute Stick has a quad-core Intel Atom x5 processor for the performance, quality, and value you expect from Intel.


Memory Speed 1600 MHz


Card Description Integrated


Wireless Type 802.11a/b/g/n


Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1


Brand Intel


Series BOXSTK1AW32SC


Item model number BOXSTK1AW32SC


Operating System Windows 10 Home 32-Bit


Item Weight 0.4 ounces


Product Dimensions 4.44 x 1.49 x 0.47 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 4.44 x 1.49 x 0.47 inches


Color Black


Processor Brand Intel


Processor Count 4


Computer Memory Type SDRAM


Flash Memory Size 32


Hard Drive Interface Solid State


Hard Drive Rotational Speed 0.1 RPM


Optical Drive Type None


Voltage 5 Volts


Manufacturer Intel


ASIN B01AZC4NHS


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 15, 2016


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 755 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,016 in Computer Components


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Quad Core Intel Atom x5 Z8300 Processor
  • Windows 10 (32 bit)
  • Intel HD graphics
  • 2 GB DDR3L 1600 MHz soldered down single channel memory
  • Integrated Wireless 802.11ac (Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 7265)
  • One USB 3.0 and One USB 2.0
  • Bluetooth 4.0

Description

A new way to plug into home entertainment, the Intel Compute Stick lets you transform any HDMI display into a full computer. Loaded with Windows 10 and ready to go out-of-the-box, the newly redesigned Intel Compute Stick has a quad-core Intel Atom x5 processor for the performance, quality, and value you expect from Intel.


Memory Speed 1600 MHz


Card Description Integrated


Wireless Type 802.11a/b/g/n


Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1


Brand Intel


Series BOXSTK1AW32SC


Item model number BOXSTK1AW32SC


Operating System Windows 10 Home 32-Bit


Item Weight 0.4 ounces


Product Dimensions 4.44 x 1.49 x 0.47 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 4.44 x 1.49 x 0.47 inches


Color Black


Processor Brand Intel


Processor Count 4


Computer Memory Type SDRAM


Flash Memory Size 32


Hard Drive Interface Solid State


Hard Drive Rotational Speed 0.1 RPM


Optical Drive Type None


Voltage 5 Volts


Manufacturer Intel


ASIN B01AZC4NHS


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 15, 2016


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 755 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,016 in Computer Components


abunda_amazon_reviews First the Negative. I plugged it into my TV and turned it on and .... Nothing, it didn't boot into Windows. It looked like it was going to but the screen just went black and stayed that way. I turned it off and back on and it showed the boot screen and went black and again just stayed that way. I thought well it doesn't have a lot of power maybe it will just take a minute to get going, I gave it ten minutes....but no windows. I tried this a few more times and then I said screw it and was going to pack it up and send it back, but decided to see if I could get get it to run through a factory reset first. I turned it on again and pushed F11 and got into the recovery and ran a complete factory reset. Now the Positive. That did the trick, it booted into Windows and set up quickly and is running smoothly now. I am using it to replace my WDlive hub that recently bit the dust. I just use it to stream media online (Amazon prime, YouTube....) or over plex with my main house computer. It holds the wifi connection fine (most of the time) had a little bit of trouble so I have decided to get a usb to Ethernet port / USB HUB to hard wire the internet contention and give me three usb3 ports for extras...to power my Bluetooth speaker, and connect an external hard drive for more space, 32 gigs minus the 10+ used by the operating system just fills up too fast. This has two USB ports one usb2 and one usb3. I have a wireless keyboard hooked up to the USB2 port and will hook the Ethernet / USB HUB to the USB3 PORT. This also has a micro SD card slot that will take up to 128 gigs. Might get one if the external hard drive lags. Bottom line, I'm glad I kept it. I would have given it five stars if it had worked properly out of the box.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Almost sent it back, but it's working now.....;;M. Gibson;;;Got this a few days ago and I think it is great. I bought it to play movies from my Seagate 4 TB hard drive. I had a Micca, which I also loved, but the limit for that is a 2 TB hard drive and I have a lot of stuff to watch when I travel. Using the Windows media players I am able to watch most video from the hard drive, but some videos have a tendency to pause every few seconds. The workaround is to drag the video file to the stick and watch it from there. Transfer speed from the Seagate 4 TB drive to the stick is very quick so this is only a minor inconvenience. I'll probably be buying one of these for every television set in the house. ITunes works well on it, too, if you're stuck with their system. Thankfully I don't have too much of that as I've always disliked Apple's business model when it comes to media content and got away from it very quickly. Update 23 April 2017: This thing has been running nonstop since my last review. No problems with it whatsoever. Found out the problem I was having streaming from the 4 TB external drive was the drive itself. Two Toshiba 3 TB drives have no problems. Upgrading to 5 stars from 4 since the only problem I had was related to the external hard drive.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Better than the Micca for traveling.;;Super Bob;;;Bought this to replace an old laptop for an elderly couple (I like to help neighbors with computers and work in IT). For the price and considering the features and speed, and the fact that WIndows 10 is included, it can't be beat for value. Combined it with a cheap Logitech wireless keyboard/mouse combo and had it up and running very quickly. Consider this for elderly people who can use computers and who may benefit from using it on a big TV screen, as opposed to a smaller computer monitor.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent value!;;J. Larsen;;;This is a capable unit but may or may not meet your needs if you plan to stream video with it. I found it to be slightly more laggy than my Morotola Droid Turbo 2 smartphone in general, and to take longer than the phone to connect with websites. My primary use for this was to stream video from Comcast, DirecTV and Netflix via my home wireless network on an ASUS RT-N66U wireless router. The directions are correct - you will need a wired mouse and wired keyboard to set up the stick. I found that the first keyboard I tried was not recognized by the stick, but a second keyboard worked. The USB mouse I used worked first try. After setup, I switched to a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse, which both worked fine. After setup, you need to leave time for Windows updates, although a couple of re-boots over an hour or so took care of this. For me, the deciding issue was that streaming video sources continually paused (actually more a slight "glitch") once or twice a minute and hesitated just long enough to cause a visible and sometimes audible hesitation in the video stream. I worked this for a few days and couldn't improve it, so I decided to upgrade to a more capable model with a better processor, more RAM and more memory. Hopefully that will solve the problem and provide additional capability on the TV where I will use it. A few years ago I would have been impressed with this unit, but in today's world it doesn't perform as I wish. I'm spending a lot more to upgrade to the BOXSTK2m3W64CC. I have that model compute stick on a 65" monitor at work, and it performs much faster with video and other sources.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Not bad, but marginal for video streaming;;surfbass;;;This Intel Stick is way better than the Lenovo stick. I currently have both but will return the Lenovo for its poor Wi-Fi performance.(see my review of the Lenovo for details) This Intel also has 2 USB ports that work well and seem to be powered sufficiently to support an additional Wi-Fi device and wireless keyboard/mouse combo. (I did not need a wired keyboard/mouse for initial setup as some earlier reviewers reported) The Wi-Fi card on this model runs at 120Mb download and 35Mb upload (using OOKLA) on my 5G network (my ISP max) using the latest Intel drivers. There was only one GOTCHA... When the latest Windows Upgrade was applied the internal Wi-Fi card driver no longer worked so I had to use a USB Wi-Fi device to connect and download the latest Intel drivers. I think if the Intel driver upgrade is done first, the adapter should work OK throughout the Windows upgrade. If this is going to be your first or only computer system then I would recommend buying a cheap (about $10) USB Wi-Fi device as backup just in case a future update does the same thing.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A really great portable system;;Amazon Customer

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By M. Gibson - Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2016
Almost sent it back, but it's working now.....
First the Negative. I plugged it into my TV and turned it on and .... Nothing, it didn't boot into Windows. It looked like it was going to but the screen just went black and stayed that way. I turned it off and back on and it showed the boot screen and went black and again just stayed that way. I thought well it doesn't have a lot of power maybe it will just take a minute to get going, I gave it ten minutes....but no windows. I tried this a few more times and then I said screw it and was going to pack it up and send it back, but decided to see if I could get get it to run through a factory reset first. I turned it on again and pushed F11 and got into the recovery and ran a complete factory reset. Now the Positive. That did the trick, it booted into Windows and set up quickly and is running smoothly now. I am using it to replace my WDlive hub that recently bit the dust. I just use it to stream media online (Amazon prime, YouTube....) or over plex with my main house computer. It holds the wifi connection fine (most of the time) had a little bit of trouble so I have decided to get a usb to Ethernet port / USB HUB to hard wire the internet contention and give me three usb3 ports for extras...to power my Bluetooth speaker, and connect an external hard drive for more space, 32 gigs minus the 10+ used by the operating system just fills up too fast. This has two USB ports one usb2 and one usb3. I have a wireless keyboard hooked up to the USB2 port and will hook the Ethernet / USB HUB to the USB3 PORT. This also has a micro SD card slot that will take up to 128 gigs. Might get one if the external hard drive lags. Bottom line, I'm glad I kept it. I would have given it five stars if it had worked properly out of the box.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Super Bob - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2017
Better than the Micca for traveling.
Got this a few days ago and I think it is great. I bought it to play movies from my Seagate 4 TB hard drive. I had a Micca, which I also loved, but the limit for that is a 2 TB hard drive and I have a lot of stuff to watch when I travel. Using the Windows media players I am able to watch most video from the hard drive, but some videos have a tendency to pause every few seconds. The workaround is to drag the video file to the stick and watch it from there. Transfer speed from the Seagate 4 TB drive to the stick is very quick so this is only a minor inconvenience. I'll probably be buying one of these for every television set in the house. ITunes works well on it, too, if you're stuck with their system. Thankfully I don't have too much of that as I've always disliked Apple's business model when it comes to media content and got away from it very quickly. Update 23 April 2017: This thing has been running nonstop since my last review. No problems with it whatsoever. Found out the problem I was having streaming from the 4 TB external drive was the drive itself. Two Toshiba 3 TB drives have no problems. Upgrading to 5 stars from 4 since the only problem I had was related to the external hard drive.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Larsen - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016
Excellent value!
Bought this to replace an old laptop for an elderly couple (I like to help neighbors with computers and work in IT). For the price and considering the features and speed, and the fact that WIndows 10 is included, it can't be beat for value. Combined it with a cheap Logitech wireless keyboard/mouse combo and had it up and running very quickly. Consider this for elderly people who can use computers and who may benefit from using it on a big TV screen, as opposed to a smaller computer monitor.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By surfbass - Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2017
Not bad, but marginal for video streaming
This is a capable unit but may or may not meet your needs if you plan to stream video with it. I found it to be slightly more laggy than my Morotola Droid Turbo 2 smartphone in general, and to take longer than the phone to connect with websites. My primary use for this was to stream video from Comcast, DirecTV and Netflix via my home wireless network on an ASUS RT-N66U wireless router. The directions are correct - you will need a wired mouse and wired keyboard to set up the stick. I found that the first keyboard I tried was not recognized by the stick, but a second keyboard worked. The USB mouse I used worked first try. After setup, I switched to a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse, which both worked fine. After setup, you need to leave time for Windows updates, although a couple of re-boots over an hour or so took care of this. For me, the deciding issue was that streaming video sources continually paused (actually more a slight "glitch") once or twice a minute and hesitated just long enough to cause a visible and sometimes audible hesitation in the video stream. I worked this for a few days and couldn't improve it, so I decided to upgrade to a more capable model with a better processor, more RAM and more memory. Hopefully that will solve the problem and provide additional capability on the TV where I will use it. A few years ago I would have been impressed with this unit, but in today's world it doesn't perform as I wish. I'm spending a lot more to upgrade to the BOXSTK2m3W64CC. I have that model compute stick on a 65" monitor at work, and it performs much faster with video and other sources.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2017
A really great portable system
This Intel Stick is way better than the Lenovo stick. I currently have both but will return the Lenovo for its poor Wi-Fi performance.(see my review of the Lenovo for details) This Intel also has 2 USB ports that work well and seem to be powered sufficiently to support an additional Wi-Fi device and wireless keyboard/mouse combo. (I did not need a wired keyboard/mouse for initial setup as some earlier reviewers reported) The Wi-Fi card on this model runs at 120Mb download and 35Mb upload (using OOKLA) on my 5G network (my ISP max) using the latest Intel drivers. There was only one GOTCHA... When the latest Windows Upgrade was applied the internal Wi-Fi card driver no longer worked so I had to use a USB Wi-Fi device to connect and download the latest Intel drivers. I think if the Intel driver upgrade is done first, the adapter should work OK throughout the Windows upgrade. If this is going to be your first or only computer system then I would recommend buying a cheap (about $10) USB Wi-Fi device as backup just in case a future update does the same thing.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By M. Gibson - Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2016
Almost sent it back, but it's working now.....
First the Negative. I plugged it into my TV and turned it on and .... Nothing, it didn't boot into Windows. It looked like it was going to but the screen just went black and stayed that way. I turned it off and back on and it showed the boot screen and went black and again just stayed that way. I thought well it doesn't have a lot of power maybe it will just take a minute to get going, I gave it ten minutes....but no windows. I tried this a few more times and then I said screw it and was going to pack it up and send it back, but decided to see if I could get get it to run through a factory reset first. I turned it on again and pushed F11 and got into the recovery and ran a complete factory reset. Now the Positive. That did the trick, it booted into Windows and set up quickly and is running smoothly now. I am using it to replace my WDlive hub that recently bit the dust. I just use it to stream media online (Amazon prime, YouTube....) or over plex with my main house computer. It holds the wifi connection fine (most of the time) had a little bit of trouble so I have decided to get a usb to Ethernet port / USB HUB to hard wire the internet contention and give me three usb3 ports for extras...to power my Bluetooth speaker, and connect an external hard drive for more space, 32 gigs minus the 10+ used by the operating system just fills up too fast. This has two USB ports one usb2 and one usb3. I have a wireless keyboard hooked up to the USB2 port and will hook the Ethernet / USB HUB to the USB3 PORT. This also has a micro SD card slot that will take up to 128 gigs. Might get one if the external hard drive lags. Bottom line, I'm glad I kept it. I would have given it five stars if it had worked properly out of the box.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Super Bob - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2017
Better than the Micca for traveling.
Got this a few days ago and I think it is great. I bought it to play movies from my Seagate 4 TB hard drive. I had a Micca, which I also loved, but the limit for that is a 2 TB hard drive and I have a lot of stuff to watch when I travel. Using the Windows media players I am able to watch most video from the hard drive, but some videos have a tendency to pause every few seconds. The workaround is to drag the video file to the stick and watch it from there. Transfer speed from the Seagate 4 TB drive to the stick is very quick so this is only a minor inconvenience. I'll probably be buying one of these for every television set in the house. ITunes works well on it, too, if you're stuck with their system. Thankfully I don't have too much of that as I've always disliked Apple's business model when it comes to media content and got away from it very quickly. Update 23 April 2017: This thing has been running nonstop since my last review. No problems with it whatsoever. Found out the problem I was having streaming from the 4 TB external drive was the drive itself. Two Toshiba 3 TB drives have no problems. Upgrading to 5 stars from 4 since the only problem I had was related to the external hard drive.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Larsen - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016
Excellent value!
Bought this to replace an old laptop for an elderly couple (I like to help neighbors with computers and work in IT). For the price and considering the features and speed, and the fact that WIndows 10 is included, it can't be beat for value. Combined it with a cheap Logitech wireless keyboard/mouse combo and had it up and running very quickly. Consider this for elderly people who can use computers and who may benefit from using it on a big TV screen, as opposed to a smaller computer monitor.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By surfbass - Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2017
Not bad, but marginal for video streaming
This is a capable unit but may or may not meet your needs if you plan to stream video with it. I found it to be slightly more laggy than my Morotola Droid Turbo 2 smartphone in general, and to take longer than the phone to connect with websites. My primary use for this was to stream video from Comcast, DirecTV and Netflix via my home wireless network on an ASUS RT-N66U wireless router. The directions are correct - you will need a wired mouse and wired keyboard to set up the stick. I found that the first keyboard I tried was not recognized by the stick, but a second keyboard worked. The USB mouse I used worked first try. After setup, I switched to a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse, which both worked fine. After setup, you need to leave time for Windows updates, although a couple of re-boots over an hour or so took care of this. For me, the deciding issue was that streaming video sources continually paused (actually more a slight "glitch") once or twice a minute and hesitated just long enough to cause a visible and sometimes audible hesitation in the video stream. I worked this for a few days and couldn't improve it, so I decided to upgrade to a more capable model with a better processor, more RAM and more memory. Hopefully that will solve the problem and provide additional capability on the TV where I will use it. A few years ago I would have been impressed with this unit, but in today's world it doesn't perform as I wish. I'm spending a lot more to upgrade to the BOXSTK2m3W64CC. I have that model compute stick on a 65" monitor at work, and it performs much faster with video and other sources.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2017
A really great portable system
This Intel Stick is way better than the Lenovo stick. I currently have both but will return the Lenovo for its poor Wi-Fi performance.(see my review of the Lenovo for details) This Intel also has 2 USB ports that work well and seem to be powered sufficiently to support an additional Wi-Fi device and wireless keyboard/mouse combo. (I did not need a wired keyboard/mouse for initial setup as some earlier reviewers reported) The Wi-Fi card on this model runs at 120Mb download and 35Mb upload (using OOKLA) on my 5G network (my ISP max) using the latest Intel drivers. There was only one GOTCHA... When the latest Windows Upgrade was applied the internal Wi-Fi card driver no longer worked so I had to use a USB Wi-Fi device to connect and download the latest Intel drivers. I think if the Intel driver upgrade is done first, the adapter should work OK throughout the Windows upgrade. If this is going to be your first or only computer system then I would recommend buying a cheap (about $10) USB Wi-Fi device as backup just in case a future update does the same thing.