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    #46
    Originally posted by no_spam_for_me View Post
    So also not real GB Eth (best case ~ 250Mbit/sec) and also SATA at USB2.0 (best case ~ 250Mbit/sec => ~ 30 MByte/sec at sequential read/write; but as I often wrote the random are more imported at "real life" and will be also till ~ 30 MByte/sec (depends on the SSD) ) ...
    I dont care for gb eth and usb3,i want to test this box hehhee

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      #47
      Hopefully Gigabit Ethernet! The rest looks good.

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        #48
        If I knew beelink was going to bring out intel based box I would of waited

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          #49
          Oman, you guys should have waited for the cherry-trail SoC. But since Intel is basically giving away their current cpu I can't blame you guys.

          Sent from my A0001 using Tapatalk

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            #50
            Same thoughts as TitoXx.

            As far as Intel plans, new Cherry Trail SOC's will be available for the customers in the April.
            They already supplying these chips since middle Jan 2015.

            Broadwell graphics, low power consumtion because of 14nm process, true [email protected], up to 8Gb RAM support...
            Also, RealSense technology may send all current must-have air mouses back to history.

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              #51
              I see that the Pocket P1 is now available.

              http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box/pp_147603.html

              $128.51
              MXIII-G II, Chuwi Hibox, Nvidia Shield, NUC6CAYH

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                #52
                I want see some hi res pics of inside and see it next to something familiar so I can get an idea of the size if possible. Can't wait for the stick.

                Also any one try the keyboard. Noticed on website a while back. Just curious if it is any good
                Prahjister ****MK808(nonB)****MK808B V5****MK808B Plus****UBOX R89**** CX919****MK808B Pro****Nexbox N9****Eny Em95****Matricon Q2****Tanix TX5 Pro****

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                  #53
                  I have some information about USB 3.0 support:
                  http://www.freaktab.com/showthread.p...l=1#post289802

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                    #54
                    Think I'll wait until Cherry Trail to pick up an Intel box. The lack of a proper SATA interface/USB3.0/Gigabit Ethernet really puts these things down.
                    Tronsmart s89 | MK808B Plus | MXQ S805

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                      #55
                      Both the P1 and P2 now available on Geekbuying.

                      http://www.geekbuying.com/item/Beeli...er-342700.html

                      http://www.geekbuying.com/item/Beeli...ck-342701.html
                      MXIII-G II, Chuwi Hibox, Nvidia Shield, NUC6CAYH

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                        #56
                        Originally posted by bluesmanuk View Post

                        Just ordered the stick. The computestick is supposed to be coming out this month too so looks like its the month of Wintel sticks!

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                          #57
                          Originally posted by alwaysbless View Post
                          Just ordered the stick. The computestick is supposed to be coming out this month too so looks like its the month of Wintel sticks!
                          The description on both says it has rj45 but i dont see that on the pictures. When you gof one can you verify for me? I'm thinking to get one too but rj45 is a must for me

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                            #58
                            Originally posted by Elroy1 View Post
                            The description on both says it has rj45 but i dont see that on the pictures. When you gof one can you verify for me? I'm thinking to get one too but rj45 is a must for me
                            Ethernet is via USB so youll need some type of powered HUB probably that way it doesnt drain from the stick itself. Hopefully geekbuying ships this thing out soon im pretty excited to see how it does

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                              #59
                              I enjoy the Beelink products currently and support is still pretty good, might spark a debate here but some of the other vendors on S802 SOC are
                              still on November 2014s SDKs ...

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                                #60
                                I just got my P2 in today. Been playing with it so far and it def runs hotter then the boxes, ill post a full review on it a little later for those interested in seeing first hand.

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