New NUC 12 kit released by Intel

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New NUC 12 kit released by Intel
Intel NUC 12 disassembled.

IT chip giant Intel has released its latest Next Unit of Computing kit for enthusiasts, the NUC 12, code named Serpent Canyon.

The NUC 12 Enthusiast Mini PC and Kit can be equipped with up to 12th Gen Intel Core i7-12700H mobile processors, and 64 gigabytes of dual-channel DDR-4 memory.

Intel said the kit is the first to include its Arc graphics processing unit, featuring an A770M card.

It can display up to 4K video at 60 frames per second over an HDMI 2.1 transition minimised differentiall signalling (TMDS) port.

Further hardware features includes three M.2 PCI Express slots, two of which can take Gen4 non-volatile memory (NVMe) storage.

The NUC 12 also features two Thunderbolt 4 and six Universal Serial Bus (USB) version 3.2 Gen 2 ports, with Type-A connectors.

Intel also added a 2.5 gigabit/s Ethernet port, its Killer WiFi 6E AX1690i and Bluetooth 5.2 network connectivity.

Pricing for the NUC 12 starts at $2758.85 including GST, for a barebones kit with the Core i7-127000H processor and Arc A770M 16 GB graphics card, without memory, storage and operating system.

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