I need something that has 2 USB 3 or 2 gigabit Ethernet ports. I'm setting up a camera streaming server and want to tuck it away in the office right by the router so being small is important. Laptop would work but would rather just go headless minipc. I also need some storage space so that I can stream to files as well as network.
Seems easy enough except I also want it to be super cheap. Like $250 or less.
This is where I'm running into trouble. Seems I could build a decent minipc for 400ish, but I am deploying this in multiple places so I'll have to get more than one so I want to keep it cheap.submitted by cod3r__
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