Two SO-DIMM slots supporting up to 16 GB of 1600/1333 MHz 1.35V DDR3L memory (NOTE: 1.5V DDR3 memory is not supported)
Internal support for 2.5-inch HDD or SSD (up to 9.5 mm thickness)
Intel HD 5000 graphics
1 x HDMI* 1.4a One Mini DisplayPort*1 1.2 supporting ultra-high definition
4K displays and multiple monitor functionality
One Mini HDMI* 1.4a port
Intel HD Audio2 via Mini HDMI 1.4a
Mini DisplayPort 1.2 output supporting 8 channel (7.1) digital audio
Intel HD Audio via stereo analog audio jack (microphone in/headphone out/speaker out)
Four super high-speed USB 3.0 ports (two back panel ports and two front ports)
Two additional high-speed USB 2.0 ports via internal header
10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet port
Wireless antennae (integrated into the chassis)
Silver aluminum ring with diamond cut around black top
Dimensions: 4.59-in. x 4.40-in. x 2.02-in.
Noob here...never bought a NUC before, why should one go for this?
posted: May. 26, 2014 @ 10:29p
It's a good all-around computer. Fast, quiet, relatively cheap, and very small.
posted: May. 26, 2014 @ 10:31p
Go for it if you want a new small but fast desktop computer. You put an msata ssd drive in it and boot time is super fast. It doesn't get hot, no moving parts.
posted: May. 26, 2014 @ 11:09p
Can you connect two HDMI monitors to this NUC?
posted: May. 27, 2014 @ 3:27a
bestdealseaker said: Can you connect two HDMI monitors to this NUC? Should be just fine as long as you have a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter. The mini-hdmi to hdmi is self explanatory on the NUC. It should be noted however that the NUC is very fussy with multiple adapters. It's best to get the newest mini-dp to hdmi & mini-hdmi to hdmi cables and go from there.
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posted: May. 27, 2014 @ 4:26a
bestdealseaker said: Go for it if you want a new small but fast desktop computer. You put an msata ssd drive in it and boot time is super fast. It doesn't get hot, no moving parts.
It does have a small fan, but is the tiniest PC you can buy without breaking the bank.
This version supports 2.5-inch hard drives, it's slightly thicker than the non-2.5 inch version. You can actually install both an mSATA and a 2.5-inch drive, for SSD booting and HDD storage.
Price is showing $399 on the site - is it $299 in-store, or was this a price mistake that's been fixed (or a 1 day fire sale)?
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