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Old 10-11-12, 11:53 AM
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Intel Barebones in december?

Intel already presented the NUC Barebones in the past. In december consumers should be able to get these small PCs.




Both PCs will use the Core i3-3217U (2 x 1,8GHz - 3 MB cache - 17W TDP) with Intel HD 4000 Grafics, mSATA SSDs and SO DIMMs. The price-specific-speculations are about $300 - $500.

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http://www.xbitlabs.com/ & http://www.overclockers.ua/

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Old 10-11-12, 12:42 PM
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Very interesting....
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Old 10-11-12, 12:53 PM
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Would be nice for rendering on-the-go and/or an HTPC.
I'm actually quite interested in this
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Old 10-11-12, 01:02 PM
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Give it some VESA mounts and the low end version would be pretty perfect for an office environment. Failing that, a copious helping of Blu-Tack.
Shame there's no USB3. The chipset can support it, so I wonder why they vouched for Thunderbolt? I know it's theirs and Apple's love child, but USB3 is far more widespread in terms of peripherals and such.

Still, it's interesting to see Intel creating end-user products such as this.
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As long as this isn't overpriced this could be very very interesting
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This could be Really Interesting....
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dnla streaming under the tv ftfw!
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Will be my next htpc
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very interesting indeed
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This mini-pc would be so much more awesome if it were in a Scooby-Doo lunchbox. However, it would perform better if it were in a Speed Racer lunchbox.
\0/ win \0/
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