Intel Next Unit of Computing NUC DC3217BY
Impressively small form factor.
Powerful processing performance for a system this size.
HDMI video output.
Easy to assemble.
No hard drive, RAM, OS, or power cable included.
No USB 3.0.
Low on ports.
Lacks Ethernet port.
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
The NUC's small size, reasonable price and solid performance make it an ideal PC for tinkerers on a budget. Just be prepared to roll up your sleeves in setting it...80
By Computer Shopper on February 05, 2013
Intel's tiny desktop kit is impressively small, quiet, and powerful. But it's quite expensive once you add all the necessary parts that don't ship in the box. For media playback or digital signage, you may want to consider an AMD-based...60
By X-bit Labs on January 28, 2013
Intel’s Unit of Computing is not just another cute little nettop-like computer, like dozens of others out there. Intel’s new miniature system stands out at least due to two unique distinguishing features. On the one hand, it is exceptionally...-
By PC Pro on January 14, 2013
A basic but irresistibly tiny PC that sets a new standard for compactness and...67
By Tech2 on January 05, 2013
and price in India The NUC with Thunderbolt costs Rs 20,000 and the model with the extra HDMI port and Gigabit Ethernet instead costs Rs 18,000. This is slightly cheaper than Zotac’s recent Intel and AMD-based Zbox models, although those usually...80
By PC Mag on December 28, 2012
The Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) is a neat little DIY kit that delivers Core i3 processing power in a form factor that fits in the palm of your hand. But it gets pricey once you add in all the necessary...80
By PCPer on December 14, 2012
A Killer FeatureWe did have a stability issue with NUC that needs to be noted and discussed. After getting the configuration ready to roll we started to copy our collection of benchmarks that we typically run on new systems including things like...-
By IT PRO on December 11, 2012
Intel's NUC is a great showcase of just how much compute power the firm can now pack in a device that is smaller than a lunch box, however until it slashes the price by 25 per cent or some of its motherboard partners come out with cheaper devices...67
By Good Gear Guide on December 04, 2012
Intel's Next Unit of Computing is a wonderful device for anyone who wants a genuinely tiny computer system for the home, office, or anywhere else. It supplies speed that's on par with a regular-sized computer and it has a useful range of...80
By HotHardware on December 03, 2012
Point blank, Intel delivers big performance in a little package with its Next Unit of Computing (NUC). Your own performance will depend on what parts you use to flesh it out, but with 4GB of RAM and a Intel 520 Series SSD, the NUC puts up some big...-