Measuring at a standard size of 117x112mm, and either 37mm or 54mm thick, depending on whether it is a "K" or "H" chassis, the Intel NUC 13 Pro can be equipped with a wide range of Intel 13th gen Core 35W Raptor Lake-P CPUs, with up to Core i7-1370P (6P+8E-core/20-thread). It also can take up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 memory in two SODIMM slots, has two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two HDMI 2.1 ports, couple of USB 3.2 and 2.0 ports, and the latest connectivity options with Intel i226 2.5Gb Ethernet, and Intel WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3.
The full list of available CPUs includes Intel Core i7-1370P with vPro or Core i7-1370PE with vPro, Intel Core i5-1350P with vPro or Core i5-1350PE with vPro, Intel Core i7-1360P, Intel Core i5-1340P or Core i5-1340PE, and the Intel Core i3-1315U or Core i3-1315UE.
As far as storage is concerned, there is room for one PCIe Gen 4 x4 SSD in M.2 2280 slot and one PCIe Gen 3 x1 SSD in M.2 2242 slot, as well as a 2.5-inch SATA HDD or SSD on taller models.
“Now more than ever, businesses need flexible systems that are globally scalable, environmentally conscious and AI-ready, and that offer the peace of mind that comes with proven technology. The NUC 13 Pro is our latest step forward to provide our customers with the reliable, high-quality, enterprise-grade computing they require,” said Brian McCarson, Intel vice president and general manager of the Intel NUC Group.
Designed to be upgradable and repairable, Intel's NUC 13 Pro kits and mini PCs are aimed at client, edge, and digital signage computing. The Intel NUC 13 Pro Kits and Mini PCs should be available starting in late March, with prices ranging from $340 to $1,080, depending on the configuration.