Today, Intel has released its NUC 11 series. The series consists of four models:
•Intel NUC 11 Performance Panther Canyon – gaming high-end NUC
•Intel NUC 11 Enthusiast Phantom Canyon – desktop replacement
•Intel NUC 11 Pro Tiger Canyon – embedded systems
•Intel NUC 11 Compute Element – a NUC 11 board with a blower-type cooler for further integrations
All the models feature processors from the 10nm Tiger Lake-U series, configurable from Core i3-1115G4 to Core i7-1165G7.
The series chassis is available in three designs with an additional number of I/O ports and extra space for a 2.5-inch drive. The series features Thunderbolt 4 connectors that are capable of transmitting DisplayPort signals of up to 8K resolution at 60 Hz.
The top of the line model, Intel® NUC 11 Extreme Mini PC (Panther Cayon NUC11PHBi7), features a discrete RTX 2060 graphics solution paired with Optane Mem H10 memory and 16GB RAM. It also features a TDP of 150W.
Intel hasn’t released any pricing information yet.