According to the "random" leaks from a few weeks ago, Intel Introduces Updated Generation of Intel Small NUC computers - This time with more diversity and more capabilities than ever, Thanks to the company's new 14 nanometer chips.
The new NUCs will be offered with three processor models - the most basic model will be included chip Core i3-5010U dual-core base speed of 2.1GHz plus graphic core sample HD Graphics 5500 with 24 execution units, Intermediate Model will offer chip Core i5-5250U dual-core base speed of 1.6GHz and maximum 2.7GHz turbo speed in addition to the core Graphics HD 6000 with 48 units of execution, while the most powerful model you will find chip Core i7-5557U double Core 3.1GHz base speed, 3.4GHz maximum turbo frequency and Iris 6100 graphics core with 48 performance units (operating at slightly higher frequencies than the HD Graphics 6000 core).
Apart from the internal processor models, the NUCs will also be available in two sizes - a "standard" size which also includes space for the addition of a standard 2.5-inch drive, and a miniature model which will be available with the Core i3 and Core i5 models and offers dimensions More compact than those of All NUC which has reached the market to date.
All NUC models In the Broadwell generation Will come with an 802.11ac built-in Wi-Fi module, four 3.0 USB connections (including a fast charging yellow connection), a Gigabit Ethernet connection, a full-size HDMI 1.4a connection, DisplayPort 1.2, infrared sensor, a pair of SODIMM slots and also an M.2 connection with support for the most common modules 42, 60 and 80 millimeters long. An additional "bonus" comes in the form of a top lid that can be opened - and replaced with other lids that provide additional capabilities such as connectivity NFC Or connecting to cable and satellite television.
The new NUC models will maintain price tags similar to those of their predecessors (ie - quite high): about $ 280 for the modelCore i3, which will be available for purchase this month, and 350 and 450 for the X-Core i5 andCore i7 respectively, which will be available in stores in about two months. Generation E-WALNUT The third undoubtedly offers some important upgrades compared to its predecessors, but consumers who are looking for the most worthwhile deal should wait a little longer for the discounted Celeron and Pentium models that will likely land in the not too distant future.
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