The Mini-PC is a product to follow to see if their sales increase can compensate to some degree the decline in traditional desktop PC.
Some increasingly powerful and connected machines, whose small size allows placed anywhere and as versatile as for use in offices, consumer desktop machines or games, for gaming or home theater.
So no wonder that Intel continue betting on its own line of mini-computers, with new NUC would arrive in two variants depending on the processor, Kaby most powerful Lake or the Apollo Lake with lower consumption, according to the filtered image leaf route:
The top model, NUC with Kaby Lake, would be offered in two models depending on the storage unit. A 2.5-inch SATA (HDD or SSD) or a solid state drive M.2.
Like previous NUC it would be well connected with Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2; Type C USB ports, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0; infrared port and audio and video outputs DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0 support 4K / 60 Hz.
Bear up to 32 Gbytes of DDR4 memory and micro SDXC cards bear with support UHS-I. The model with Apollo Lake demean their performance and consumption, but both enjoy the same advantages of mini-PCs: power small size, versatility and low consumption.