We compare Intel's latest small form factor PC against its big brother. The results might surprise you!
March 16, 2013
Just before the holidays we took a look at the Next Unit of Computing, an amazing small form factor PC platform from Intel that crams an entire system onto a 4x4 motherboard. Just recently, Intel has added to the NUC family, and it’s pretty exciting news for system integrators, hobbyists, and technology enthusiasts.
The NUC lineup debuted with two different model boards, each containing an Intel Core i3 processor, dual mini PCI-e slots, and USB. One model sported Thunderbolt, while the other omitted that in favor of Ethernet and dual HDMI outputs. Either is available with or without a chassis.
Now, Intel has a new model, which swaps out the Core i3 for a Celeron 847, The change manages to shave nearly $100 off the price tag, giving hobbyists and integrators a cost effective x86 solution for all kinds of low-power applications.
Click the video image above for our full Spotlight Video on the new NUC.
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