Intel NUC Bean Canyon alternatives
|Intel Hades Canyon NUC (NUC8I7HVK), 0.0 inch|
A great mobile PC solution for gamers and video editors, live video production and advanced multimedia. GPU performance is comparable with the last gaming laptops.
|Intel NUC June Canyon (NUC7CJYH), 0.0 inch, 577 grams (1.27 lbs)|
At a barebones price of around $120 the latest Intel NUC sounds attractive but you'll need to add SSD, RAM and an OS before you can use it. Low power consumption means it has industrial uses. The most common use for Intel NUCs is for media player / home theater HTPC units. (E.g. Kodi)
|ECS Liva Core, 0.0 inch|
The ECS Liva Core with Intel Core M is now official and goes head-to-head with the Zotac Zbox ZI521.
The design is unique with its see-through top panel and the port selection good too although we don?t see any consumer IR support. The front-mounted ports seem a little over the top too. Surely a single USB and audio ports would be better? At the rear you?ll find another USB 3.0 port, Gigabit Ethernet, 2 HDMI ports and a headset port.
|Zotac ZBOX CI521 nano, 0.0 inch|
It's a 5 inch (127mm)square box containing a Broadwell Core M processor with 8GB memory and space for a M.2/NGFF SSD and a 2.5 inch SATA III SSD. This is a C series mini PC as part of Zotac's ZBOX series. There are no fans in the box but there is top quality wired and wireless connectivity provided by dual gigabit ethernet ports, AC wifi and Bluetooth 4.0.
|Intel NUC5PPYH, 0.0 inch|
The Intel NUC5PPYH is their latest entry-level mini PC, codenamed Pinnacle Canyon. The new processors are part of the Braswell line that replaces the Baytrail-M family and include upgraded graphics, improvements in audio processing efficiency and are built on the 14nm process
|Intel NUC5CPYH, 0.0 inch|
The Intel NUC5CPYH is their latest entry-level mini PCs, codenamed Pinnacle Canyon. The new processors are part of the Braswell line that replaces the Baytrail-M family and include upgraded graphics, improvements in audio processing efficiency and are built on the 14nm process
|ECS Liva X Mini, 0.0 inch, 190 grams (0.42 lbs)|
ECS has launched their new LIVA-X mini PCs featuring Intel Bay Trail-M / Bay Trail-I SoC processors that boast 64-bit dual-core performance up to 2.25GHz using 22nm architecture. Passive cooling and small footprint are a key attractions.
|Intel NUC 5i5 (NUC5i5RYK), 0.0 inch, 408 grams (0.9 lbs)|
The Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing) 5i5RYK is a mini pc with a very small footprint of only 11.5 x 11.1 cm base dimensions. There are multiple versions available with differing heights, depending on the included internal headers available. This model comes with a M.2 SSD slot as the only storage solution so the height is only 3.4 cm. Other models have a 2.5" SATA port for more internal storage. In terms of ports the Intel NUC 5i5 offers 4x USB 3.0, Gigabit LAN, headphone jack, mini DisplayPort 1.2 (with eDP support), mini HDMI 1.4a and an infrared receiver.
|Intel NUC DN2820FYKH, 0.0 inch, 798 grams (1.76 lbs)|
A basic but very solid and popular Mini PC / Barebones PC that's often used as a home theatre PC. Sold without OS, memory and storage. This is not a fanless nettop / mini PC
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