Intel’s newest Next Unit of Computing (NUC) device, the NUC 10, is now available through online retailers in quite a few configurations that cost between $679 and $1,295.
All of the configurations are built across the Intel Core i7-10710U processor with Turbo Boost as much as 4.7GHz and Intel UHD Graphics. They feature Intel i219-V Gigabit LAN, Intel WiFi 6 AX200, and Dual Mode Bluetooth 5.0 for all their networking necessities and assist as much as 64GB of DDR4 memory and NVMe M.2 SSDs.
The configurations differ in their features. Amazon sells a “mainstream kit” that requires purchasers to buy their memory, storage, and OS for $679. Newegg’s high-end configuration, in the meantime, features 64GB of DDR4 memory and a Samsung 970 EVO 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD together with Windows 10 Pro for $1,295.
All the different configurations mix and match these features to reach different prices. Newegg is selling NUC 10 with 16GB of memory, a 240GB NVMe M.2 SSD, and no operating system at $785.
The most notable differentiator between all the models comes through configurations that have a slightly taller case that may accommodate 2.5-inch HDDs and SSDs in addition to their NVMe M.2 equivalents.
One of those gadgets is claimed to be the NUC 9 Extreme, also known as Ghost Canyon, miniature PC.