Intel announces the new NUC Bean Canyon

Intel has officially unveiled its new NUC Bean Canyon without much proclamation. The announcement was long overdue, but now you can find out all the details of these interesting mini PCs. From the design point of view, the new NUCs do not show any particular differences compared to the previous models. Intel, in fact, has concentrated its work mainly inside, updating their hardware base. In addition to Intel Coffee Lake processors that are able to offer greater performance, Intel has also integrated a wireless card that can manage Bluetooth 5.0 and the latest WiFi standards (Intel Wireless-AC 9560).

Obviously, the new NUC will be offered by Intel in different declinations. Regardless of the configurations and size of the case, all new NUC Bean Canyon will have a Thunderbolt 3 / USB Type-C port, four USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports, an HDMI 2.0 port, a Gigabit Ethernet port, a jack audio, a microSDX card reader and an infrared receiver.

The new Intel NUCs can be connected up to 3 external screens (2 for 4K displays) and users can update some of their components over time, in particular RAM and storage. NUC Bean Canyon are available both in the barebone version where it will be up to the user to integrate the RAM, the internal memory and the operating system, which in a version already competing and ready for use with the Windows 10 operating system.

Available models with processors ranging from the Intel Core i3 variant to the most powerful Intel Core i7 CPU. You can choose between Intel Optane SSDs and classic hard drives. The new NUCs support up to 32GB of DDR4-2400 RAM.

Sales prices not yet announced.