i7 Extreme edition with decent graphics
Last week we got to see the updated 2016 incarnations of Intel’s NUC (Next Unit of Computing) small PCs and heard Chipzilla pitch its Skulltrail based Core i7 product .
Powered by an unknown Intel Skylake CPU
According to a published teaser, Intel is working on a new high-end NUC (next-unit of computing) system, codename Skull Canyon, which will be powered by an unknown Skylake CPU, featuring an Iris Pro iGPU.
Skylake on board
Chipzilla has released four new models of mini PCs which support its sixth generation Skylake chip.
No longer just bare bones
Intel has started selling its barebone NUC mini PC prebuilt for a $255 price tag.
First modular NUC
The concept of modular devices have been quite popular lately, so it does not come as a surprise that Acer decided to show a new modular mini PC during IFA 2015 show, called the Acer Revo Build.
Compute sticks and NUCs
Intel VP Kirk Skaugen says phablets are the fastest growing segment in mobile computing and Intel Core M might end up in one or two.
Skylake-U CPU and DDR4 memory
While we already had a chance to see some slides suggesting that Intel is preparing Skylake-U based NUCs for the second half of the year, one such Switft Canyon NUC has been spotted at IDF 2015, running Skylake-U CPU and DDR4 memory.
And Compute Sticks
Chipzilla is expected to upgrade its Compute Stick and NUC solutions to Skylake processors starting October.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem bare bones
Intel's barebones mini PCs range is growing with two new low-end boxes, based on Intel's low-end 14nm Braswell chips.