Intel's unique and intriguing new offering doesn't quite live up to its revolutionary potential.
Intel's NUC 9 Extreme Kit and NUC Compute Element are the company's most ambitious yet. It offers up to 9th-gen Intel Core processors and embraces modular design that could change how PCs are built.
The ultra-compact Phantom Canyon gaming PC could feature improved Intel Xe processors, Wi-Fi 6, and also options for Nvidia GTX and RTX GPUs under the hood when launches in late 2020 or early 2021.
Intel’s Next Unit of Computing, or NUC, offers tiny desktops with performance that keeps up with much larger systems, and they’re even affordable. But there’s a catch. You must install your own RAM and hard drive.
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Intel’s Next Unit of Computing, or NUC, has worked hard to miniaturize desktops over the last six years. Now, with the help of AMD’s Vega, its taking pint-sized performance to the next level.
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Intel’s line of mini NUC PCs is expanding into gaming. The first version, Skull Canyon, faltered at the starting line, but Intel is back with AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics. Can the new Hades Canyon accomplish what its predecessor couldn’t?
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