27 Jun Intel NUC, incoming new mini-PC platform Braswell
Intel is preparing to introduce some changes in its family of mini-PC Intel NUC. The support pages indicate official specifications and prices for the two new models based on the platform Braswell.
We have come to know well the device family Intel NUC as a major point of reference in the segment that includes the mini-PC, a product category that seems likely to attract a lot of interest even though it is a niche.
Intel is ready to put more meat on the fire by introducing new models in its lineup of mini-PC. Some pages support officers indicate the arrival of two new devices, revealing configuration, features and starting price.
The two devices in question are the models and NUC5CPYH NUC5PPYH both Intel-based platform Braswell, chips built with 14nm manufacturing process, the 64-bit architecture and can support up to 8GB of RAM.
Both new kits are based on the chassis of the current mini-PC NUC frame 10×10 cm, support for 2.5-inch drives, four USB 3.0 ports, HDMI port, and Gigabit Ethernet. The basic configuration includes of course the motherboard and chip but any type of memory or operating system.
The two models will be differentiated by the processor used, N3050 Intel Celeron 1.6GHz with Intel HD graphics at 320MHz for the model NUC5CPYH N3700 and Intel Pentium 1.6 GHz with Intel HD graphics at 400MHz for the model NUC5PPYH.
According to the information available the starting prices will amount to around $ 140 and $ 180 and two mini-PC will be available from mid-June.