MP1 Client on Intel Compute Stick?

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    I would like to use an Intel Compute Stick (Intel Atom Z3735F 4 x 1.33 GHZ, 2GB RAM, 32 GB flash, Windows 10) to run an MP1 client with a 5GHz WLAN connection to my MP1 TV Server (see my current System Specs). I have seen at least 1 post from a member using this processor (in a box, not a stick) and also the thread on PIPO (which seems to have a similar, if somewhat faster, CPU).
    My main applications would be for streaming videos from the Online Videos plugin or music. Since the online videos I have access to tend to be fairly lo-res, the bandwidth required would presumably be less than that need for a full HD TV client.
    What experience does anyone have with this product, processor and/or applications? What advice can anyone offer before I go out and spend money (and worse yet, time!) on this experiment?


     
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