Intel’s NUC 10 series mini computers with 10th-gen Intel “Comet Lake” processors are just starting to hit the streets. But Fanless Tech has the scoop on what’s next — the upcoming NUC 11 will be a compact computer with a 28 watt Intel Tiger Lake-U series processor and Intel Xe integrated graphics, while the NUC 11 Extreme will be a larger model with discrete graphics for gaming and other GPU-intensive tasks.
Both should be available later this year sometime after Intel’s Tiger Lake chips launch.
Like every other Intel NUC computer to date, the new models also have code names — the current-gen Comet Lake models are code named “Frost Canyon.” The upcoming modular version with a removable Intel NUC Compute Element are known as “Ghost Canyon.” And the new mainstream and gaming models will be called…
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