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    Patrick Arsenault

    Hi Christian,

    You can find the Windows 10 installer for Rise Vision here.  It should run fine on the Compute Stick, but keep in mind that your mileage may vary based on the content you plan on displaying.  For more intense 4k or interactive content, you may need something more powerful.  Check out this article from our Help Center for some recommendations.

    Cheers,

    Patrick

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    Darius Aleksas

    It will work. But we 'retired' our Intek Sticks and moved on to NUCs entirely. Much better hardware with more options.

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    Christian Ravnkilde

    Hi Darius. Thx for answer.

    Which specific model can you recommend?

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    Darius Aleksas

    Depends on your needs. Basically, you go by the CPU and add desired memory and SSD/HDD. I always throw in SSD and 4GB of RAM for optimal performance. For basic content - Celeron models would be fine. But Pentium models are right there and this is what we use most of the time. But if the budget allows, see if you can get i5.

    NUCs come in different tastes. The newer models are not compatible with Windows 7:https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005628/mini-pcs.html

    If you can and it makes sense for you, assemble them yourself. For inexpensive somewhat legit OEM OS (Microsoft will not bother you): https://www.kinguin.net/software I have to warn you that activation sucks because you have to do it by phone.

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