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    Intel Ghost Canyon NUCs start to become available

    These are the small modular 'Compute Element' upgradable PCs seen at CES 2020.
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    Re: Intel Ghost Canyon NUCs start to become available

    "We've got these standard for small firm factor computers."

    "Brilliant, let's ignore those and make our own with a massive price hike."
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    Re: Intel Ghost Canyon NUCs start to become available

    intel should know: +95% of us don't have a problem having a huge PC case, if you are wondering all full ATX cases look awesome with all the RGB stuff.

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    Re: Intel Ghost Canyon NUCs start to become available

    Ultrabook prices for ultrabook components in desktop really doesn't make sense - the desktop market just isn't as volume sensitive. You can easily get the same performance for much less than half the price if you go slightly larger, and a laptop paired with an external GPU dock would be cheaper, more portable, and more powerful

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    Re: Intel Ghost Canyon NUCs start to become available

    Actually for me this is the ideal thing .. powerful CPU(but low wattage) and a discrete GPU ... BUT ... the prices are for the 1%. I could compromise on things if they could get the price down . MAkes a gaming laptop plugged into the TV seem a far better , cheaper option. Otherwise I'll stick with ITX C'est La Vie.

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