Review of the Quantum Access LAN Windows 10 Fanless Mini PC Stick

If you’re looking to cut-the-cord, but don’t want the limitations of a streaming device, then the Quantum Access Mini Stick PC might be just right for you.

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With this pocket-sized PC you can get a full Windows experience on your TV for a fraction of the cost of a new laptop. Sure, you can go invest in a Raspberry Pi for $40, but you’ll need to purchase an OS and have some tinkering skills. Stick PCs like this work right out of the box, making it a convenient solution to cord-cutters or just someone wanting an affordable PC. The Quantum Access Stick PC is $129, includes free shipping and comes with a 1-year warranty.

The Hardware & Design

This Stick PC is relatively small, coming in at 4.33 inches long, 1.53 inches wide and 0.47 inches deep. This is about the same size as a Fire TV Stick. The device is also very light, you could put it in your pocket and take it wherever you want.

The device has one full-sized USB 2.0 port, a microUSB port for power, a microSD card slot, a LAN port and a male HDMI out. It also includes an antenna if you’d like to use WiFi. I recommend using a USB hub for more ports.

When plugging the device straight into a monitor or TV, I have found that the Male HDMI port bends and will eventually break. I definitely recommend purchasing a female-male HDMI cable to go along with it.

This device is fan-less, so its silent. The company claims that the product is designed as a heatsink, but I found that after a while of using the device, it gets extremely hot to the touch. So far, I have not noticed any issues in performance because of the high temperature, but I still would recommend you have a fan running on it.

With all things considered, this Stick PC is solid. It’s fan-less, looks great, small and easy to carry. I have no complaints about the design of the product, but what about the specs?


  • Intel Atom Quad-Core Processor
  • 2 GB DDR3 RAM
  • 32 GB Internal Storage
  • Windows 10 OS

General Usage

This is not a full desktop replacement, but if you’re looking for a media streaming device or a first time computer for a family member, the Quantum Access Stick PC works just fine.

Video Content

Most people will purchase this device to stream video content, you can easily hook it up to a TV and have a full Windows experience. This allows you to unlock a world of content that isn’t available on closed platforms.

I would not recommend using Chrome, as the PC tends to get very slow and unresponsive. Microsoft Edge works much better on this PC, I was able to play videos at 1080p just fine, but this also depends on other factors such as your network speed.

Netflix, YouTube and Hulu worked just fine. Videos played with VLC or Windows Media Player also played without any issues.

Playing Games

This is not a gaming PC by any means. However, small games such as those found in the Microsoft Store run just fine. Minecraft plays fairly well coming in at about 30 FPS. Browser games run fine as well, but Flash seems to push the processor to its limit.

So, should you buy the Quantum Access Mini Stick PC?

If you’re looking for a solid way to stream videos and movies on your TV but don’t want the restrictions on devices like the Fire TV, Roku Express, etc. then this is a great choice. You get a full Windows experience for half the cost of a regular desktop PC. So, if all of this appeals to you, then yes, you should buy this. Click the link below to purchase, we’ll make some money to support our blog and it won’t cost you any extra. I hope you enjoyed reading, it would mean a lot if you hit that ❤

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