Offering impressive performance in a compact chassis, the NUC family is about to be updated with Tiger Lake processors. Details of the models that will be powered by a 10 nm processor have emerged.
Intel is preparing to update the NUC family, which targets limited users and organizations, with 2nd generation 10 nm processors.
NUC 11 detailed
Images shared by a Twitter user shed light on the details of the models. Among the NUC 11 solutions, which are divided into Pro and Performance, PRO options come with processor options that come with a single high frequency, in addition to the advantages such as RS232 serial port, 1 M.2 22×42 slot and 8K60 transferable HDMI 2.1 support.
The Pro models, which won a second 2.5Gbit Ethernet and 2 USB 2.0 ports with the Daugtherboard (any external card added to the motherboard), are also likely to come with a larger cooler due to the slightly thicker chassis.
On the other hand, let’s add that both compact cases offer DP 1.4 and Thunderbolt 4 support as well as up-to-date Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. Finally, while the models are offered under a 3-year warranty, they will be powered by a 120-watt adapter.