THE Intel announced its new miniPCs and family kits Intel NUC. Focused on versatility, the members of the line take performance in compact devices. These desktops are good for people who want the many features of PCs, but don’t have (or don’t want) room for large cases.

First, the new kits. baptized as NUC8i7BEH, NUC8i5BEH, NUC8i5BEK, NUC8i3BEH, and NUC8i3BEK, count on Intel Core i7, i5 and i3 8th generation. And they also have an Intel Iris graphics system. Therefore, kits are useful for rooms such as a home theater system. But they’re also useful for creating content, or even voice assistants.

Intel also explains that there is room for “do it yourself”. Thus, the devices can be customized with the user’s preferred memory, storage and operating system.

MiniPCs (NUC8i3CYSM, NUC8i3CYSN) come in as an option for 1080p games. THE Intel ensures good performance for League of Legends, Team Fortress 2 and CS: GO. MiniPCs come with processors 8th Gen Intel Core i3-8121U. And they are the first made for traditional users, with an independent graphics system.

They have 1TB of storage, 4GB or 8GB of memory, and Windows 10 Home. They are also equipped with Wireless-AC 9560 CNVi 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 5 da Intel, two HDMI 2.0 outputs and four USB 3.0 ports. The computer fits in the palm of your hand and can be placed in any space. Thus, it will solve several space issues, especially for taking the computer into the living room, or for use in offices with reduced spaces.

MiniPCs seek more performance with less space

These solutions add to the gamer universe. As well as several attempts to bring computers into the room, the NUC family of Intel is an interesting alternative. Because it is possible to put the device in the living room, enjoy a good part of your library at steam, and also use it as a streaming platform.

The new kits and miniPCs from Intel NUC will be available from September.


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