DaWay have teamed up with Intel to offer a couple of mini PC solutions for the home or office.
If you are interested in mini PC’s and TV Boxes then DaWay are a brand to keep a look out for as they plan to release range of devices providing Windows solutions for the home or office at affordable prices.
Their first two products are the Wintel Winbox(Windows Intel, if you were wondering) mini PC box, and Winstick Dongle.
The slim 22.3mm thick Winbox comes with dual USB, HDMI out and a SD card memory reader for connecting to an LED TV. Once hooked up the black box of tricks can perform either media hub or home office duties. Similar TV boxes run Android, but the Wintel comes with Windows 8.1 running on a quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F processor, 2GB RAM and 32GB of eMMC storage. Dual 802.11 a/b/g/n, 2.4/5.8Ghz WIFI and Bluetooth 4.0 come as part of the mini package too.
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If the Wintel wasn’t compact enough then the Daway Winstick could be an option for you. The simple 50g USB dongle plugs in to a HDMI port to bring Windows to your TV again via an Intel processor. The Winstick also boasts 2GB RAM, 32GB memory and an Intel Bay Trail processor.
More information can be found on the Daway website, while a quick search on Aliexpress shows the Daway Winstick is priced at $99.99 while the Daway Winbox is slightly more at $109.99.[ Daway ]
Ok, I just received my MeeGoPad T01 yeasterday and now a device comes out that is better and $10 cheaper, ugh.
Anyway, I got my device and have now clue how to move the cursor. It says it accepts bluetooth mouse and keyboard for each I own both. However, there is not instruction on how to get the device to connect to the bluetooth mouse and keyboard. How can this be set up if you can’t even navigate the windows MeeGoPad initially?
Does anyone else have one of these and know how to get it connected via bluetooth to mouse and keyboard?
Try a USB mouse first to navigate and use that to manually connect the bluetooth mouse and keyboard through Windows.