NUC is the most powerful in the environment: a tiny computer with a hexagonal processor cores

Looking for maximum power in Intel's smallest configuration? This device may be the dream come true for you

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We are very fond of the Next Unit of Computing (NUC) And their derivatives from other manufacturers, which offer computer hardware Diverse in dimensions that will easily find their place near and behind any computer screen In the bedroom or in the living room.

Today you can find base models of these computers with low-cost, low-cost Celeron and Atom processors, as well as Kaby Lake-R processors with much more advanced and powerful cores - but if that's not enough you can also find a similar model based on the - i9-8950HK, Which has six physical processing cores with an 45 Watt power envelope and even an open frequency multiplex that provides additional acceleration potential.

A computer with a volume of less than one and a half millimeters - which has quite impressive processing power

The NUC-like computer comes from a relatively unknown Chinese company called EGlobal, combined with a pair of slots In a portable SO-DIMM to up to 32GB, an 2 slot for 2280 drives And place an additional 2.5, or mechanical, drive Based on flash chips.

The S200 model includes Integrated wireless connectivity with Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11ac, including a small pair of external antennas for transmission and reception, and the range of connections it offers consists of four USB ports 3.0 Type-A, a single USB Type-C port (no support for technology 3, unfortunately), integrated audio connector, power connector for external power supply, Gigabit Ethernet wired and HDMI ports and Mini-DisplayPort for .

The computer can be purchased with a processor i5 quad-core processors i7 hexagonal cores, The leading i9-8950HK with the open product - E-2176M laptop

The EGlobal S200 computers are available for purchase Through several hardware stores on the AliExpress platform already, At prices starting slightly more than 300 dollars for base versions with Core i5-8300H quad-core processors without storage or dynamic memories - when it is not clear whether we will ever see them in Western online stores such as Amazon or Newegg. Could it be that Intel is planning its own powerful NUC versions with six-core processors? This may be possible After seeing Hades Canyon With processors -G, although on the other hand it is not certain that this will happen based on a maximally configured configuration such as that of EGlobal.

It is worth remembering that the graphics core in the various models is the one built into Intel's UHD Graphics 630 processors

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