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Intel-dc3217iye.34214864
9.9 out of 10

Intel DC3217IYE

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Overall 8
8.0

A great little computer Mountain Lion and Yosemite work great

ViennaDisco, Amazon
4 weeks ago
  • Summary: A great little computer Mountain Lion and Yosemite work great . I took away one star since I had to return one because I thought it was bad. Turned out when the linux OS went to sleep. It wouldn't wake up, Tried unplugging the unit, clearing the CMOS jumper and it still wouldn't POST. Once my replacement unit arrived and did the same thing I knew something was up.
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Overall 8
8.0

Love it

mitchd, Amazon
9 June 2014
  • Summary: Got one of these to run openelc (XBMC embedded). Works perfectly. Added 2GB ram and outputs full HD flawlessly. Use it to stream live iptv via my vusolo box. No complaints. Quiet and discreet. Hidden behind the TV out of sight. Only con is no IR on the box, so had to add FLIRC (from Amazon) to use a remote control with it. Very pleased with the purchase. Slightly expensive after you add memory and mSATA drive. This should be priced <$150 then it's good value.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great Little Computer

Lee P., Amazon
2 June 2014
  • Summary: This little machine is compact and very fast. I would recommend it to anyone thinking about upgrading from there older XP machine.
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Overall 8
8.0

Amazingly powerful for its size

Amazon Customer "aDorkable", Amazon
16 April 2014
  • Summary: I went with 16 gigs of ram and 128 gig solid state drives, and these little buggers fly. I'd give it 5 stars, but it runs quite hot despite having quite an annoying fan.
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Overall 8
8.0

My home DVR

Paul L. Osterman "GasPath", Amazon
29 January 2014
Overall 8
8.0

Great Server.

DJMoody, Amazon
10 November 2013
  • Summary: I am using this as a Ubuntu home server for doing some development for a website idea I am playing around with. I did have some problems choosing a distro because some seemed to struggle with the install, but once everything has gotten up and running, it has stayed on for the past 2 months with no downtime. Would definitely recommend this for an inexpensive little linux box.
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Overall 8
8.0

Recliner Tablet

Tom the builder, B&H Photo
2 October 2013
  • Excerpt: I purchased the NUC to replace the tablet I use when sitting in my recliner. I had a 11" windows tablet I used in place of a laptop while watching TV. It was always on so always plugged in. I purchased the NUC and a 10" Lilliput multi-touch monitor, now I can have a larger HD and more RAM and a much faster system. I do have to deal with two cords but I have LEVO Deluxe tablet stand so it isn't a problem.
  • Pros: All the connections options I could ever need, Easy To Set Up
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Overall 8
8.0

Great system for HTPC, Office, Mom/Dad, Child

EatKabab "EatKabab", Amazon
3 September 2013
  • Summary: Length:: 4:12 Mins See video for display of Intel NUC power... Pros: - Very very very zippy. - 100% silent from 10" away - Will play 1440p from YouTube NO PROBLEM! - Will almost play 4K from YouTube - Comes with VESA mount - Plenty power for the average user - Makes you question whether you need more computer Cons: - No frikin power cable included - Minus a star for that!!! - Rare clover style power cable - Only USB 2.0 but it's unfair to make that a con...
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Overall 8
8.0

really small but a little complicated

perdan, B&H Photo
10 August 2013
  • Excerpt: hevy usage at cafeteria
  • Pros: Space saving
  • Cons: Hard To Configure
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Overall 8
8.0

Great HTPC kit, make sure you order the right parts!

MGIxian, Amazon
4 August 2013
  • Summary: Overall, this is a fantastic little PC that packs a punch - perfect for media center apps such as XBMC. Let's get the cons/warnings out of the way first: 1. The power cord (or lack thereof). As many other reviews have mentioned, this PC comes with a power adapter but no power cord. The cord it needs is the less common "cloverleaf" (also called Mickey Mouse due to the shape) that is sometimes found with small laptop adapters.
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