Intel Adds New NUC To The Family Powered By Atom E3815

When you hear DE3815TYKHE, you probably aren't familiar with what it represents. But when you hear Intel NUC, things are likely a little clearer. The first NUC powered by an Intel E3815 Atom processor is now available, boasting a tiny, fanless design, on-board eMMC memory and the space savings of a 4”x 4” motherboard. There's also the ability to directly power an LCD monitor with an onboard eDP connector, and perhaps most impressively, retail pricing for the NUC kit starts at $129, while the NUC board alone is just $99.

The vertical design should be solid for not taking up a great deal of space, and there's onboard support for both Linux and Windows Embedded. It's essentially a fancy thin-client machine, but the ability to output its own video, use USB 3.0, and access internal 4GB flash storage makes this ideal for "schools, call centers, and other locations with a large installed base of VGA monitors."

It'll ship this week -- just add RAM, okay?