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Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing) DC3217BY SFF System Review
14 December 2012
Excerpt: In many ways the desktop computer needs to evolve. Yes, I know that PC gaming is not only thriving and growing but for the majority of consumers the need to have a box in their office that measures 2' x 3' x 1', taking up leg room under the desk is...exaggerated.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of first impressions, and the NUC blew me away. That simple Intel sound when opening up the NUC really did go a long way - and keeps the memory fresh in my head. The size of the NUC is utterly impressive, considering it sports a Core i3 processor, 16GB of RAM, a 180GB SSD and uses...
Summary: Intel has delivered a surprisingly attractive gadget in its Next Unit of Computing mini PC. Despite its exceedingly small size, performance is head and shoulders above all other mini computers we've reviewed over the years, regardless of CPU origin. It is most definitely not an Atom.
Excerpt: Le NUC est un Mini-PC signé Intel qui tente ainsi une percée dans l’univers des petits facteurs de forme pour ordinateur de bureau. Une première présentation a été faite lors de l’IDF 2012 et désormais la commercialisation est effective.