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Intel Compute Sticks and NUCs with Skylake CPUs launch this year

Intel Compute Sticks and NUCs with Skylake CPUs launch this year

Intel Compute Sticks with Skylake CPUs launch this year

Intel Compute Sticks and NUCs with Skylake CPUs launch this year

 

Intel released their compact ‘Compute Stick’ recently, but upgrades are already underway. The company is planning to release a Compute Stick with a Skylake CPU, starting the month October this year. Alongside the Compute Stick, Intel will also launch a new NUC unit sporting a Skylake CPU.

 Intel Compute Sticks with Skylake CPUs launch this year

 

According to DigiTimes, the chips will be 14nm chips. The systems will both come shipped with Windows 10 installed. The Compute Stick will feature 4GBs of RAM, 64GB of storage space and it will even support 4K and other UHD resolutions (Ultra-wide 4K). There will be two Skylake Compute Sticks: the unit with the Core m3-6Y30, which will release in October, is the one that will release with Windows 10 installed. The version with the Core m5-6Y57 vPro CPU won’t come with an OS installed.

For those of you who have missed the Compute Stick, it’s basically a huge HDMI-dongle that has a PC in it. It’s great for people who travel a lot or people who often give presentations. What do you think about this system? Would you buy one? Let us know.

 

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28-07-2015, 00:26:45

NeverBackDown
One of them not releasing with an OS? Seems like they are just inviting Linux users to go out and buy oneQuote
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