The information was gleaned by momomo_us, who is well known in enthusiast circles for spilling the beans on unreleased products. In this case, the leaker happened upon a slew of NUC 10 systems from, Bottom Line Telecommunications (BLC).
There are 20 individual SKUs listed, with the cheapest being a Core i3 based offering for $325.75, while the most expensive is a Core i7-based system with 16GB of RAM, a 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD, 1TB HDD and Windows 10 priced at $962.69. Momomo_us added some further clarity to his findings by disclosing the specific processors found in the following models:
- BXNUC10i3FNH (Core i3-10110U): $325.75
- BXNUC10i5FNH (Core i5-10210U): $426.23
- BXNUC10i7FNH (Core i7-10710U): $609.75
The aforementioned Core i3-10110U processor is a dual-core/quad-thread processor with base/boost clocks of 2.1GHz and 4.1GHz respectively. The Core i5-10210U is a 4-core/8-thread CPU and features base/boost clocks of 1.6GHz and 4.2GHz respectively. Finally, the Core i7-10710U is a 6-core/12-thread processor with a base frequency of 1.1GHz and a boost frequency of 4.7GHz.
Unlike Intel's Ice Lake-U family of processors, Comet Lake-U isn't based on the company's latest 10nm process tech. Instead, Comet Lake-U uses Intel's proven 14nm++ process tech. The processors are configurable to operate with a 15W or 25W TDP, and feature a new onboard memory controller that supports DDR4-2666 and LPDDR4X-2933 memory. There is also supports for Wi-Fi 6 (Intel AX201) and Intel Optane Memory H10.