Next Unit of Computing (NUC) opens a wide range of possibilities in the computing world- from gaming to education to entertainment. Intel announced the Intel NUC Canyon series not long ago. In this article, you will all about the Intel NUC 11 PRO aka Tiger Canyon. From specs to Canyon series roadmap, we’ve got them all!
Intel NUC 11 PRO Details-
Featuring the Tiger Lake processors, Intel adds yet another NUC series to the list- Intel NUC 11 Pro. Targeting to meet the business and commercial needs, the ‘Tiger Canyon’ will come with the 11th Gen i7 processor based on Tiger Lake-U architecture. The NUC 11 PRO will also come low-end processor, starting with the Core i3-1115G4, which is a dual-core processor.
Talking about the 11th Gen i7 NCU Kit, this is a quad-core CPU with eight threads offering up to 4.8 GHz turbo clock at 28W. For connectivity, users will get a dual HDMI 2.1 display connectors and Thunderbolt 4 connectivity. The HDMI connectors will be supported by integrated Xe-LP Graphics.
With support for Wi-Fi 6, you can get yourself a memory variant up to 64GB DDR4-3200. Based on the product size, you will get two options to pick from- ‘tall’ H chassis (117x112x54mm) and ‘slim’ K chassis (117x112x37mm).
Intel NUC Canyon Roadmap-
The exact date of release is not available for the unreleased NCUs in the Canyon series at the moment. Provo Canyon, Tiger Canyon, and Panther Canyon are the upcoming NCU kits in the queue. Here is the table of details-
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