NUC 11 Extreme?

TheBuzzer

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Anyone have much information about this?

Heard it is using the new tigerlake with pci 4.0 , thunderbolt 4 (usb4) which is just usb 3 to the max, and lpddr4, and wifi 6 build in.


Been trying to find a small but powerful system that doesn't take up much space.
 

oblongpolygon

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Like you, I'm really interested in the "Extreme" segment of the Intel NUC lineup.

I went with a 7.2L SFF case about two and a half years ago... but come the end of this year, any new purchase for me is probably between a costly laptop, or a Intel NUC system.

I'm personally most interested in the "Hades Follow On" system (shown in black, in the second line and second block) which this diagram mentions.

Intel-NUC-Roadmap-2.png
https://wccftech.com/intel-nuc-roadmap-2020-2021/

That is, I'm more interested in an "underpowered" 1.35L system or a decent (but costly) laptop, than upgrading the 7.2L SFF system I have.

I don't know if a name for that 1.35L system has been confirmed yet, though.

Maybe someone here does!

Or maybe you're talking about a system scheduled to release, even after the one which I like?
 

Kaos_Drem

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https://wccftech.com/intel-nuc-roadmap-2020-2021/

That is, I'm more interested in an "underpowered" 1.35L system or a decent (but costly) laptop, than upgrading the 7.2L SFF system I have.

I don't know if a name for that 1.35L system has been confirmed yet, though.

Maybe someone here does!

Or maybe you're talking about a system scheduled to release, even after the one which I like?
I believe the code name is Phantom Canyon.
 
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