Simply NUC, Inc, a leading mini PC integration company, is announcing pre-orders for the new Intel® NUC 12 Extreme “Dragon Canyon”. As the successor to the popular Intel® NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon”, Dragon Canyon is powered by Intel’s latest 12th Gen Core i9-12900 and Core i7-12700 processors and supports Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. Unlike any previous NUC model, Dragon Canyon is built with an LGA1700 CPU socket. Designed to span across multiple processor generations, Dragon Canyon will support 65W Intel Core i9 and i7 socketed desktop processors allowing for future upgrades.
Intel’s Hades Canyon NUC is a mini PC that delivers desktop-gaming-grade performance in a chassis that’s about the size of a book. Thanks to its Intel Core i7-8009G/AMD Radeon RX Vega M GH hybrid chip, which combines processing and discrete graphics on a single chip, the Hades Canyon NUC can handle AAA games and VR in a small, black brick that can be tucked into a backpack or added to a home entertainment center
Simply NUC, Inc., a Platinum Intel® Technology Provider and leading Intel® NUC integration company, today announced it’s taking orders on a new SNUC Book product line of laptop PC, designed in collaboration with Intel with customizable RAM, SSD, and OS options. Simply NUC is providing two SNUC Book families: Cobalt™ for mobile workstation usage and Nemesis™ geared toward gaming. Weighing in at 4 pounds, these lightweight laptops are perfect for on the go computing.
Cobalt brings top of the line performance making big ideas happen. The featured 9th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-9750H processor and NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2070 graphics card with Max-Q option offer uncompromising workstation performance. Equally impressive, the Nemesis LAP71NM provides premium gaming performance in a sleek, fast, and powerful form factor.
Like all of Intel’s NUC mini PCs that came before, the NUC 9 Extreme will be sold as an Intel-branded full computer. But it is a lot more than that. Intel is also opening up the NUC 9 Extreme as a platform for partners to participate and build their own designs, offering their own configs and chassis using the same core guidelines and Intel “Core” hardware.