The Intel Next Unit of Computing – NUC

By on September 18, 2012
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“The Intel NUC has been powered by several processors over the past year, but this month at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) we saw the latest version that is powered by a Intel Core i3-3217U processor that has been soldered to the underside of the board. This is a 1.8 GHz dual-core ‘Ivy Bridge’ processor [...]

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“The Intel NUC has been powered by several processors over the past year, but this month at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) we saw the latest version that is powered by a Intel Core i3-3217U processor that has been soldered to the underside of the board. This is a 1.8 GHz dual-core ‘Ivy Bridge’ processor with Hyper-Threading that is rated at just 17 Watts! Intel plans on shipping the NUC in this current form for $399 starting in October 2012. This price might shock some people, but this isn’t a Raspberry Pi board with an ARM CPU/GPU for $35…”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charles-Hammond/100000630572623 Charles Hammond

    I was reading about the NUC and one SKU is suppose to come with thunderbolt. Anyone have any idea how Intel plans on implementing Thunderbolt? One cable is suppose to support a 10 gb transfer rate and also has display capability.

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