Intel Announces Details of NUC Element Modular PC

In preparation for the sale of its NUC Element modular PC, Intel has disclosed some details about the product family. As expected, Intel will provide NUC Element boardboards, chassis, and pre-assembled modules designed for both Intel and third-party chassis.

Intel’s NUC Elements is the company’s new modular PC program designed to simplify system-level design while enabling OEMs to manufacture ultra-compact desktop computers. The NUC Elements module is based on TDP up to 15 watts of Intel U-Series Core, Celeron or Pentium Gold processors. These modules integrate 4GB or 8GB of dual-channel memory, up to 64GB of eMMC solid state storage, and are available via Intel’s Wireless-AC 9560 chip with Wi-Fi 5 plus Bluetooth 5.0.

Each NUC 8 Compute Element uses a card edge connector to connect power and I/O, which provides USB 3.1/2.0, DisplayPort/HDMI, eDP, GbE, PCIe, HD Audio, and eSPI interfaces. OEMs and chassis vendors can then mix and match to their liking, including connecting other peripherals via PCI and USB.

Finally, Intel will provide a number of chassis that will be sold as part of the Motherboard Plus Chassis Kit to customers who are essentially looking for a turnkey solution. Intel’s NUC Elements work 24/7 and offers a three-year warranty. Pricing depends on the actual configuration and other factors.

Intel Announces Details of NUC Element Modular PC

Intel Announces Details of NUC Element Modular PC

Intel Announces Details of NUC Element Modular PC

Intel Announces Details of NUC Element Modular PC

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