|Colour||4GB/64GB/Cherry Trail/Mini PC Only|
|Item Height||2.36 inches|
|Item Width||0.76 inches|
|Standing screen display size||0.01 Centimetres|
|Processor Speed||1.4 GHz|
|Computer Memory Type||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Maximum Memory Supported||4 GB|
|Hard Drive Size||64 GB|
|Hard Disk Description||Flash Memory Solid State, eMMc|
|Hard Drive Interface||Solid State|
|Hard Disk Rotational Speed||0.01 RPM|
|GPU||Intel® HD Graphics|
|Graphics Card Description||Integrated|
|Graphics RAM Type||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4 GB|
|Graphics Card Interface||Integrated|
|Wireless communication technologies||Bluetooth+ Wi-Fi|
|OS||Windows 10 Pro|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||A-1164-AA3-4|
|Product Dimensions||13.97 x 1.93 x 5.99 cm; 402 Grams|
Azulle Access Plus Windows 10 Pro Fanless Mini PC Stick, Cherry Trail T3 Z8300, 4GB RAM+64GB
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- BUSINESS & HOME: This PC stick is a cost-efficient way to provide for your entire office, fit with Ethernet and Windows 10 Pro. Whether it’s for work or personal use, hook it to an HD TV, monitor, projector, or screen display for the ultimate smart screen.
- PORTABLE SOFTWARE: Plug this PC Stick in to surf the web, create and edit documents, launch programs, stream movies, and videos, and much more; virtually - anything you would do on a typical desktop, tablet, or laptop while on the go.
- HIGH SPEED: Built with a quad-core processor, 4GB of DDR3L RAM, and 64GB of onboard storage for a smooth experience when toggling between various applications in high-speed and in full HD 1080P thanks to its Intel HD Graphics card (Gen 8).
- WIFI CONNECTION: The Access Plus uniquely offers both Wifi connectivity and an Ethernet port - a feature only found in its predecessor, the Quantum Access LAN Fanless Mini PC Stick. Bluetooth 4.0 compatible.
- DEVICE STORAGE: Includes a Micro SDXC card slot, providing the option to add up to 128GB of additional storage. Connect your personal mouse, keyboard, and other computer accessories to have the ultimate versatility for your work, travel, or personal space.
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The Access Plus Fanless Mini PC Stick with Windows 10, being the 2nd generation of the original Quantum Access LAN fanless mini PC stick, is continuing the legacy of being the world’s only computer stick with an Ethernet port. Not only is it easy to set up and travel with, but it provides users a direct internet connection so you do not have to deal with buffering. With its Windows 10 operating system and combined graphics chip, the design enables users to easily access programs and applications. Available as a 2GB or 4GB RAM stick.
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There is nothing wrong with this device. It is designed to do what is it intended to do: run windows PC software with limitations, in a portable fashion. The fact that it does run windows 10 with 4gb of ram indicates that you would be able to run software as you would in a regular PC. It is aggravating when people mention "its horrible with gaming" or "its a nice device but terrible at gaming and so slow when using some or multiple software" and whatever stupidities they think of just because they think they are so savvy and "helpful" because if I wanted to game I would not be stingy but spend the money to buy a gaming laptop like I did with an Asus ROG since it is designed specifically for intensive processes. But the immaturity of so many people would paint this decent product to be useless when it is not.
Anyway, enough of my ranting. If you are looking for a tiny form factor portable PC that can connect to your TV or a projector and can run like a desktop PC with your normal low intensive productive programs, then this is a decent device, especially if you just want to work with Word processing or HTML editing programs or watch videos on a bigger screen. But I must recommend that you would have at least a wired mouse for when you first turn the device on because Bluetooth does not connect until the Windows is loaded.
1) Use an external Hard Drive in the 3.0 USB port and try to install all programs to the external drive because 32GB of internal memory is extremely useless. If you use a 3.0 USB Flash Thumb drive you can benefit with a free program called Cameyo that can turn almost all of your software into portable format that can run on USB Flash Drive, but remember that it only works in USB Flash drives. If you try to run a Cameyo packaged software in an external Hard Drive connected into a USB port, it will work but will load up all the files into the C drive where it has the limited 32GB and defeats the purpose. External Hard Drives are never detected to be Flash Drives. Believe me, I researched and experimented this.
2) Try to use a HUB for the second 2.0 USB connector and avoid the Bluetooth connection. I'll be honest in that a few months after using bluetooth it's been acting up by disconnecting and reconnecting. Don't know what's that about but maybe it needs an update. Not sure. However, I plugged a HUB and connected a wired mouse and Keyboard and don't have any problems with that.
3) If you just gonna use it to watch youtube videos or connect to a wifi at home for streaming, I don't know about you but I don't watch porn (Ladies, not all men are perverts, you know) or go to any random websites so I disabled the auto bloated Windows 10 update since the 32GB memory won't stand a chance with the stupid update. If interested, right click on the Windows Logo and click "search" then type "Services" and click it to open up the Services Window. Scroll Down till you see "Windows Update" and the one below it "WinHTTP Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service". Double click "Windows Update to open it. FIRST, click the stop button to stop the service from running then change the "Start up Type" to disabled and then click "OK" to close it. Do the same to the WinHTTP Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service. If you use any Windows integrated apps, like Onedrive or the Store app, forget it, it will only start the stupid updates and load up bloat-ware. With no updates and no software installed in the internal memory drive I run this PC stick with 13.2GB left and that's the best I can do but it's enough. I mean, I like Windows 10 but can live without the extras.
4) Turn off the other stupid thing called "Real Time Protection" feature. This little useless devil will devastate the weak processor by scanning every atom-byte that runs on the PC stick. It's a CPU hog when it scans running videos or programs. Just go to Windows Settings > Update & Security > Click Windows Defender and switch off the Real-Time Protection feature. Turning this off will make all videos and programs running smoother.
Having programs and data stored in a separate drive other than the C: Drive where the operating system is running makes it easier to protect sensitive data and alleviates the already bloated drive. If Windows ends up having problems, well, recover and reformat the C: Drive without worrying about the programs and data stored in the D: external Drive.
This Azulle device was perfect, especially since it allows me to work on my giant TV screen and portable mini projector. I really appreciate Azulle for making this wonderful device. It does turn my TV into a very smart TV, heck, smarter than Samsung's TVs :-)
I would have probably would have marked this with 5 star anyway because it's still a good small PC if it were not for the almost endless reboot from a BSOD related to the USB3 controller. I've seen others have this issue so I will share what seemed to fix it with me. I had to hit F8 booting up to get it to the troubleshooting menu for Windows 10, then I had to reboot into Safe Mode. After that, I brought up the Device Manager and went to the Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller and uninstalled it. Trying this in regular mode kept bringing up the blue screen. I rebooted it and logged back in and it finally stopped rebooting. I think that it must have reloaded the driver upon booting and stopped it from erroring out. I used to be a computer technician before moving into Systems Engineering thankfully, or I probably would have given up.
Make sure you run the updates for Windows first thing, it takes forever. Then run Disk Cleanup, making sure you click the Systems Settings (I think that's the name) so that you can remove previous versions of Windows which will clear like 15-19GB after the update.
Also, for home theater use, resist the urge to move the audio to the highest sampling rate and bit rate. When I did that, I only got 2 channel audio going to my AV Receiver. I could go to the audio settings and add the surround channels, but I could only do L C R RS. I had to move it down to DVD quality 16 bit and then I could do L C R Sub RS LS.
Getting iTunes to use the surround channels was also difficult until I found advice after an hour of Googling. You have to launch a movie and click the little balloon icon in the lower right corner of iTunes that is the Audio settings. You have to put a checkmark next to the one that says something about Bypass for AC3, then it sends Dolby Digital to the AVR. Other than the stuttering of video, my only other complaint is I can't make the icon on the start menu super large like the others. RIght now I have it in Tablet mode so that it brings up just the start menu icons that I am using for streaming.
eta: I have tried downloading movies and running them but iTunes continues to lag. I think the iTunes app must be a bit bloated compared to other video services. I even brought up VUDU and put Gravity 3D on while downloading iTunes movies in the background, figuring that 3D would be harder to download and play smoothly, and it played flawlessly with all of that going on. So VUDU really blows iTunes away for streaming, even with already downloaded iTunes movies. I just don't get it.
VUDU seems to stream pretty good using the Windows 10 app. I was going to try to use Kodi as a hub for all of my streaming apps, but something it does prevents VUDU from playing movies; it kept giving the HDCP error until I removed Kodi.
The Disney and DisneyXD apps work better than on my Apple TV, it seems to output surround sound which my Apple TV app does not. My Dish Network channel isn't in HD, so I used to use the Apple TV to watch Star Wars Rebels in HD, so now I get surround sound too; small win!
Native Windows 10 movies stream extremely well. HD, 5.1 surround (my Yamaha AVR is only 5.1), and no lag. I assume all movies work fine, but I only have Disney Movies Anywhere movies in my Windows collection since I linked DMA to my Microsoft account. But running movies from the Movies and TV app is really great for video and audio.
Dish Anywhere app is very laggy, especially Audio, which I noticed on all apps, until buffering catches up, sound like Princess Leia in Return of the Jedi when she is talking through the voice modulator in the bounty hunter costume.
I wish YouTube had an app like on iOS that I could just launch and play videos rather than using Microsoft Edge to go to a website. I may have to make a shortcut to YouTube and pin it to the start menu.
I still need to think about getting the small remote/keyboard that they offer, I currently use the Logitech K400 keyboard/trackpad, and I do love it, but once i'm done setting it up completely for streaming, I want something a bit smaller to control it all.
I have no idea how streaming works over wifi, I chose to just plug in the Ethernet to the switch in my entertainment center, no sense in competing with all of my wireless devices.
I haven't decided if I am just going to leave it on all the time or turn it on when I need to use it. I just don't know if I trust a fanless computer running 24/7.
If you boot it up on a tv and the start button and clock run off the side of the screen, go into your tv settings and look for an aspect ratio setting. On my LG, the proper aspect ratio setting was "Just Scan". Previously it was set to something like "Set By Program", but that had my start button going off of the screen.
I think that covers my experience, if I remember anything else, i'll update later.
Now, on August 26, the power button does not work and will not turn on. I had noticed from the very first power on that the button did not seem to travel much at all, but it always worked so I assumed that was normal.
Now I have nothing, no beautiful blue light for power on, just the red light of death.
This would have made 5 stars only because there were not 6 stars available. I have recommended it to all my friends. Now I am going to have to tell them no. Very sad about this wonderful little computer.
It's been 2 weeks and still no response from their website, I would love to say they told me how to fix it, that they sent me a knew one, but all I can say is, no one ever even tried to get back with me.
I finally got through, and they repaired my pc promptly and under warranty. It works like a charm again. I have to say that they took care of their defect and made me a happy man again.
Way to go Azulle!!!