We already have on the Intel website its new 8th generation NUC models based on Gemini Lake technology, two products that have been delayed for different reasons. A fairly continuists models as we see with respect to the 7th generation models, in this models we must highlight the inclusion of two HDMI 2.0 video outputs that facilitates the connection of multiple screens and the improvement in the integrated Wifi adapter that now counts with Bluetooth 5.0.
These new mini PCs are available under the references of Intel NUC7PJYH with Intel Pentium Silver J5005 processor with four cores and four threads that integrates an Intel HD Graphics 605 GPU and Intel NUC7CJYH model with Intel Celeron J4005 processor with two cores and two threads that integrates an Intel HD Graphics 605 GPU. In addition we found a version Intel NUC7CJYSAL that comes with Windows 10 already pre installed in its 32 GB of integrated eMMC memory and a 4 GB RAM module, a computer ready to connect and use it right out of the box.
At the connection level, the new Intel NUC 8th generation now have two HDMI 2.0 outputs with resolution support 4K@60fps HDR and 7.1 sound, Intel Wireless-AC 9462 802.11ac adapter with Bluetooth 5.0, Gigabit Ethernet connector, four USB 3.0 stations one of them charging, front audio jack, infrared receiver front CIR, rear audio jack with digital audio output, two microphones for Cortana and SDXC card reader. Inside we can mount a 2.5″ disk, two RAM modules DDR4 up to 8 GB 2400 GHz and connector for RGB leds. These mini PCs can be mount to a VESA stand and bring their own 19V power supply.
- The new Intel NUC 8th generation will soon be available on Amazon.com and Newegg.com for some approximate prices will be between $299 and $399