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Intel has embraced small form factor systems for many years. Whether it be high-end mini-PCs like the Hades Canyon NUC, complete with discrete graphics for gamers, or ultra-tiny devices like the Compute Card, Intel has consistently pushed small form factor markets forward, for just about as long as ‘performance per watt’ has been a thing. The Hades Canyon NUC and Compute Card target some rather niche markets, however. For more mainstream, everyday computing applications, Intel’s standard 4"x4” NUC (Next Unit of Computing) systems are much more apropos, and the Intel NUC8i7BEH we’ll be showing you here may just be the best all-around unit yet. The Intel NUC8i7BEH... Read more...
Intel appears to be lining up a new family of NUC small-form factor PCs, and they will reportedly be available in five separate SKUs. The NUCs will feature processors based on Intel's Coffee Lake-U architecture in Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 variants – all with 28W TDPs. This news comes courtesy of FanlessTech, which managed to pull down specs of the incoming NUC class. The top-of-the line offering will feature a quad-core (8-thread) Core i7-8559U and support for Intel Optane Memory. The mid-tier model features a Core i5-8259U (quad-core/8-threads) and an entry-level model with a Core i3-8109U processor.  All of the processors come with Iris Plus Graphics 655, clocked at 1.2GHz... Read more...