With the launch of the 7th gen Core processors for all desktop and mobile form factor systems, it was time for Intel to refresh its NUC system kits. Thanks to the new processors, all of the new NUC systems are a perfect shoe-in for use as a media center to stream 4K premium content.
When it comes to Computex, there’s probably no bigger player than Intel who’s at the forefront of driving innovation and enabling scores of ODMs and OEMs to design amazing products around them. Trust us when we say Intel has its mind set on powering just about anything you can imagine. We show you why.
Intel has revealed more details about its Skull Canyon NUC at GDC 2016, including the fact that it will work with the Razer Core external graphics dock. It may be small, but it pretty much has everything it needs to become a high-performance gaming PC.
Intel has announced upcoming Skylake-based NUC kits with Thunderbolt 3 support. In the meantime, the company has released four other new kits to whet your appetite. Read on to find out the new specifications of these space-saving mini desktops!
Amazon and Newegg have updated listings for the Windows and Linux versions of the Intel Compute Stick, an ultra-portable flash drive-sized PC that turns any HDMI-equipped display into a computer. Hit the link for more details.
Intel has unveiled a new entry-level Atom-powered NUC kit aimed at 'thin client applications' at its Global Solutions Summit. Appropriately codenamed Thin Canyon, the new NUC kit will be powered by a Bay Trail E3815 1.46GHz processor and will be priced much lower than existing NUC kits.
The Zotac ZBOX Nano ID65 takes Intel’s NUC concept to the next level by packaging a more powerful processor and offering more connectivity options. We find out if this is the mini-PC that we can actually recommend people to buy.