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    First Intel Braswell NUC kits to become available in early June

    NUC5CPYH, Celeron N3050 to cost $140. NUC5PPYH, Pentium N3700 to cost $180.
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    Re: First Intel Braswell NUC kits to become available in early June

    I would like these NUC boxes to have a slot bd ROM included.
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    Re: First Intel Braswell NUC kits to become available in early June

    Quote Originally Posted by xslavic View Post
    I would like these NUC boxes to have a slot bd ROM included.
    You do realize that the NUC is smaller than a dvd drive - can't be done. Sinm ple to use an external drive

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    Re: First Intel Braswell NUC kits to become available in early June

    Much as I love my NUCs for my homelab I'd be *very* interested to see a model with a couple of NICs.

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    Re: First Intel Braswell NUC kits to become available in early June

    Yeah compact systems with multiple NICs can be really hard to find. Out of the ones I found, lots are either very expensive aimed at the industrial market or give up other features. I currently own one of these which is solid but it's a headless system OFC: http://pcengines.ch/apu.htm

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    Re: First Intel Braswell NUC kits to become available in early June

    Interesting device - although I'd be interested only if that "$140" doesn't end up as "£140". I'm also wondering if this'd be able to operate headless (small server?) and whether the fan is running all the time, or is only powered on when needed.

    Thinking that this might make the basis of a good low-power/low-cost Linux server I need. At the moment I'm thinking that an rPi2 would be ideal, but the storage support of the NUC might make it a better selection - especially if it's in a living-room friendly attractive box.

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