The miniature multimedia computer captures a compact and handsome body that measures 11.5 x 11 cm. In spite of its dimensions, it has hidden abilities for a variety of uses.
The Intel NUC Kit 7i5BNK Miniature Computer is a compact and attractive system measuring 11.5 x 11cm. Despite its compact size, it has some hidden surprises. It can be used to browse the internet, play multimedia content and handle less demanding games. It is a versatile multimedia centre with good connectivity. It is possible to hide unsigtly cabling by using the VESA brackets at the back of your monitor. The choice of memory, disk and operating system is purely up to you.
The Intel NUC 7i5BNKP (The Next Unit of Computing) is powered by the powerful and very cost-effective Intel Core i5 7260U processor, the latest Kaby Lake architecture. Playing movies, viewing photos, or doing everyday activities is absolutely seamless. Even its maximum power consumption does not exceed 15W, so there is no excess waste heat, which means the cooling system is extremely quiet. The processor supports Hyper-Threading technology that allows it to function as if it were quad-core, and the graphics are taken care of by the integrated Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650.
The computer is stored in a compact body in which 8GB of memory is installed. For the SSD drive is an M.2 slot, and there is a built-in network card up to 1Gbps. Connectivity features include a pair of USB 3.0 connectors on the front, one blue and one yellow, which are constantly powered. It can charge a smart phone, even if the computer is turned off. Another two blue USB 3.0 ports can be found on the back, along with the HDMI and Thunderbolt 3 ports, which serve as a USB-C 3.1 or DisplayPort.