Reviews and Problems with Intel DC3217BY / BOXDC3217BY
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doesn't work well with the 7260 Wifi half mini card.
Addison Yeamann, Amazon
28 September 2014
Summary: Bought this along with the dual-band Intel 7260 Wifi Half Mini card to run XBMC. It works great, but only EVERY OTHER REBOOT. I have to reboot twice, no matter what, to get the wifi card to work. I don't know if the issue is the wifi card or the NUC, but they are both going back.
Summary: I wanted to use the NUC to install SteamOS on. It took some work to do, but I finally did it. I was very impressed with how well it ran games and even the home streaming of games. The only problem is that it ran pretty warm, so make sure it's placed in a well ventilated area.
Pros: Small Light Solid build
Cons: Runs very warm Clover adapter isn't included
Summary: Been a rocky road with this one as a Windows Media Center server. I added a Apple thunderbolt to Ethernet adapter to hard wire the Ethernet. I tend to get a lot of ip address conflicts every week. This is the adapter being reset and re-initialize with a new Mac address.
Summary: This little thing is the coolest thing since sliced bread. I have built and rebuilt this thing using different Operating Systems and it has been flawless. I built a Linux Distro, Windows 7, and Mac OSX. I have settled and the Mac OSX, to use along side my Windows Machine.
Intel's Next Unit of Computing Kits. "A Monster," in a small box!
21 August 2014
Summary: Excellent! New form of computing, just attach to your big screen monitor, in the rear of it. A keyboard and mouse and connect it to your to your Wi-Fi network and you're ready to go. Works like any other computer, without taking up the space that they require.
Tiny powerhouse! HTPC / Home Automation hub for me
A. Hicks "Techno-Geek", Amazon
26 July 2014
Summary: This little box is just awesome. I run a PC 24x7 for my HomeSeer home automation as well as a media center PC with MyMovies for my movie collection. This little thing runs everything without breaking a sweat. Highly recommended!