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    Intel intros Bean Canyon and Crimson Canyon NUCs

    Seven new NUCs in all, with the Crimson Canyon pair capable of 1080p eSports fun.
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    Re: Intel intros Bean Canyon and Crimson Canyon NUCs

    Interesting these have AMD dGPUs in certain models.


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    Re: Intel intros Bean Canyon and Crimson Canyon NUCs

    oh how i wish this had USB 3.2 ports, I guess two more years before that happens.

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    Re: Intel intros Bean Canyon and Crimson Canyon NUCs

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    oh how i wish this had USB 3.2 ports, I guess two more years before that happens.
    We're only just seeing manufacturers start implementing USB-C connectors and USB 3.1 gen 2 specs. At least some of these kits have USB-C connectors.

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    Re: Intel intros Bean Canyon and Crimson Canyon NUCs

    I wish AMD's partners would do cheap bare bones box, a little Ryzen APU based system would be nice !

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    Re: Intel intros Bean Canyon and Crimson Canyon NUCs

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfclaw View Post
    I wish AMD's partners would do cheap bare bones box, a little Ryzen APU based system would be nice !
    Same. Some competition would drive this market.

    Tbh if they simply add something to have external GPU's I think people will definitely think twice.

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