Intel has this week unveiled its new range of Intel NUC mini desktop computer systems that build on its previous mini NUC PC systems and which are now smaller measuring just 4 inches square and now half the height of previous versions within the Intel NUC range.
The Intel half-NUC range was first teased back in September of this year and this week Intel have released some new images of the next generation mini desktop systems revealing just how small they are going to be.
Intel seems to be preparing to launch a number of different models including a couple of full-size versions that may be able to accommodate custom hard drive configurations. With the slimmer model an “M.2 slot for solid state storage and possibly passive, fanless cooling” says Brad Linder over on the Liliputing website.
Unfortunately no specifications, pricing or worldwide availability has been announced as yet by Intel for their new next-generation Intel NUC systems, but they are expected to launch to consumers sometime early next year. You can expect Intel to announce further details at the upcoming CES 2015 technology show, and as soon as they do we will keep you updated as always. For more information on the new Intel NUC range jump over to the official Intel website for details.
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