I recently stumbled over Intel's compute stick (https://ark.intel.com/products/91065/Intel-Compute-Stick-STK1AW32SC), which has an interesting form factor and a more or less reasonable price, meaning it would probably make a nice retro gaming platform. It features an x86 architecture, however, only 32 bit. But basically everything up to PS1 should run fine (Dreamcast, Saturn, GameCube / Wii probably won't).
But the main question is: Will Batocera run on such hardware?
PS: Here is a more powerful 64bit version http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mini-PC-Computer-Stick-Quad-Core-1-84GHz-1080P-Win10-4G-64G-RAM-Quad-Core-/112248629232?var=&hash=item1a228a27f0ⓂmXCGYcVhJ5aKTQLcZ327PyA
to be tested to confirm that all is supported, but yes, it's a standard computer so batocera will work out of the box.
Very cool! Ordered two of them and will report how well Batocera runs on the respective versions
Hi! Has anyone try with succes install batocera on a Compute Stick? I'm not sure to buy one or go with a Raspberry Pi 3. Thanks!