Panther Canyon and Tiger Canyon NUCs get attention as well
Intel has recently announced its full NUC 11 lineup, and now we've checked out a full teardown of the flagship Intel NUC 11 Enthusiast Phantom Canyon. We also got the first look at the NUC 11 Performance Panther Canyon, including a first early review, as well as a detailed look at the NUC 11 Pro Tiger Canyon.
Updated: Wide range of SKUs, new form factor with Qi charging lid
While Intel rather quietly introduced its new NUC 11 mini PCs earlier at CES 2021, and we had a chance to see some of the first details, we now have more details on the Panther Canyon Performance NUC 11 lineup, which will be available from Simply NUC in February.
Coming in four versions this time
Intel has rather quietly introduced the new NUC 11 mini PCs, which will now be available in four different versions, covering a couple of market segments, ranging from integrators, embedded, desktop, to gaming high-end markets.
Ruby powered by AMD Renoir and Topaz powered by Intel Tiger Lake
Simply NUC has announced two new mini PCs, the AMD 4000-series Renoir powered Ruby, and the Intel 11th gen Tiger Lake powered Topaz, both packed in NUC 4x4 Universal Chassis created by Simply NUC, and coming in different SKUs with up to Ryzen R7-4800U or Intel Core i7-1165G7.
Hades Follow up / Panther Canyon
Hades Canyon was the Intel’s first and last attempt to use AMD Radeon graphics connected to its eight-generation Core processor, all in a 100W TDP small form factor package. Now Intel plans a successor to that machine in the later part of 2020.
Review: Tiny powerful desktop giant
I was always passionate about the small form factor PC. Back in the days, I was all over Shuttle small PCs, and back in 2013/2014, when Intel announced NUC small PCs, I was simply blown away.
95 percent of the data center and most laptops
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Featuring Intel's Xe graphics
Intel's new Next Unit of Computing (NUC) will be based on Tiger Lake processors, and according to the latest details, it will be available in two versions, standard and gaming-oriented, both using 28W Tiger Lake-U CPUs with Intel Xe graphics.
Razer jumps on that bandwagon with Tomahawk
Among other things, Intel also brought the next-generation Ghost Canyon NUC to CES 2020 show floor, which revealed a bit more specifications on the current platform and the modular motherboard that will be available to OEM partners, and, surprisingly, Razer is already onboard as the first partner with Tomahawk gaming desktop and chassis.