Intel® Compute Sticks are tested with a variety of memory modules, peripheral devices and software applications. The focus of the testing is to make sure that there are no obvious issues between Intel Compute Sticks, devices and software.
Samples of publicly available peripherals are used to see if Intel Compute Sticks achieves a high level of compatibility. Test descriptions and configurations vary throughout the testing, so they are not listed.
The test results provide a sample of system functionality. Changes the peripheral manufacturers make can change the operation of their products with Intel Compute Sticks. Intel does not retest the systems when any part of the test hardware or configuration changes (for example, drivers or firmware revisions).
Successful test results do not guarantee compatibility with other hardware. System integrators should continually verify compatibility of specific peripherals and software.
Find compatible peripherals and software in the Intel® Product Compatibility Tool.