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Intel to End The “Extreme Edition” Brand Extension

It looks like Intel will be ending their "Extreme Edition" brand extension, which they have used to denote their flagship products in the client segment. This included processors as well as their NUCs. With Intel retiring this brand extension it could mean the end to their iconic Intel Skull and the black and silver packaging. No one really knows what Intel would be replacing this brand extension with, if anything at all.

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Intel Updates NUCs with Gemini Lake SoCs

The very popular and compact Intel NUCs will be getting an update. They are being refreshed with new SoC's from the Gemini Lake series and will get updated I/O as well. The new NUC7PJYH and NUC7CJYH feature quad-core a Pentium Silver J5005 and a dual-core Celeron J4005 respectively.

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Intel’s Next-Generation NUCs Detailed in Leaked Roadmap

Intel will be rolling out their next-generation NUC (next unit of computing) compact desktops between 2016-2017. New leaked roadmaps and slides reveal that the NUCs based on the company's higher-performance 7th generation Core processors could be named "Baby Canyon" and the ones based on its lower-power Celeron processors could be codenamed "Arches Canyon". Intel will be launching five "Baby Canyon" NUCs under the NUC7 Series and two models under the NUC6 Series.

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Intel Announces The Skull Canyon Gaming NUC

Intel has announced its first "gaming grade" NUC. We've seen many company's try and make small form factor gaming machines, but this is one is a bit different. Codenamed NUC6i7KYK, this new Skull Canyon NUC is about double the size of a normal NUC, but has sufficient hardware for sub-1080p gaming, but the most exciting thing is that it is ready for external graphics solutions like Razer's Core.

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