Intel already has new Intel NUC computers ready based on its advanced eighth-generation processors with the coffee Lake architecture. Intel NUC is one of the most popular Mini-PC series for its excellent capabilities in a very small format, and will now be better than ever thanks to the benefits of coffee Lake.
The new Intel NUC NUC8i3BEH, NUC8i5BEH, and NUC8i7BEH comes with the respective Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processors, all based on the coffee Lake architecture and manufacturing process at 14 nm Tri-Gate. These machines are very similar to the previous ones based on low-power Gemini Lake processors, though somewhat larger to be able to handle the TDP of 28w of these coffee Lake processors without problems. These processors come with the powerful Intel Iris Plus 650 integrated graphics with 128 MB of L4 cache.
The three new Intel NUC offer a 2.5 inch storage drive compartment with a 6 Gbps SATA connector, plus a M. 2-2280 slot that has a SATA and PCIe 3.0 x4 interface for maximum usage flexibility. There will also be models NUC8i3BEK and NUC8i5BEK, thinner and with SoCs of 15 W, in addition to lack of bays for units of 2.5 inches.
These new Intel NUC teams are expected to reach the stores sometime in the month of August, providing users with an excellent opportunity to get a very compact team, and with very interesting features. These Intel NUC will be more than enough to perform everyday tasks day to day, with a much lower energy consumption than a traditional PC.