We are using the intel sticks for our current set of displays, which display simple presentations adequately. Now a client wants to use an interactive touchscreen display and I am wondering if the stick is appropriate for this use. My first fear is that the stick only has 2 usb ports and we sometimes use one for a usb>ethernet dongle and if the other is connected to the screen then we will have to use bluetooth for keyboard/mouse connections when trouble shooting and I often have pairing problems. The NUC has a dedicated ethernet, so that solves that, but are there any other processor or RAM requirements to get good performance out of a touchscreen display? Is bandwidth ever an issue when changing the content in placeholders, etc?
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