A revolution in ultra-compact device design, Intel NUC packages a fully scalable computing solution in the smallest possible form factor. Today, FanlessTech leaked the complete roadmap of Intel NUC for 2015 and beyond. It revealed several new information such the Broadwell NUC will be available in Q1 2015. More Highlights: ✓ Broadwell NUC officially moved to Q1 2015 ✓ i5 version aimed at serious gaming (SteamBox anyone?) ✓ i5 and i3 versions aimed at content creation (full desktop replacement?) ✓ M.2 storage and 2.5″ bay, or M.2 storage only for super slim chassis ✓ Kisses external USB 2.0 ports goodbye ✓ Bids adieu to mSATA SSD ✓ Entry-level Braswell (Bay Trail’s successor) version available in Q2 ✓ Braswell SKU to feature TOSLINK jack and SDXC UHS-I card slot (nice) ✓ All compatible with 3rd party fanless chassis Find more information from the link below. Source: FanlessTech   ...

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Intel today revealed more information on its microarchitecture of the Intel Core M processor, the first product to be manufactured using 14nm. Intel’s new microarchitecture and manufacturing process will enable a wave of innovation in new form factors, experiences and systems that are thinner and run silent and cool. Intel even showed off a prototype of just 7.2mm thickness. Intel architects and chip designers have achieved greater than two times reduction in the thermal design point when compared to a previous generation of processor while providing similar performance and improved battery life. The new microarchitecture was optimized to take advantage of the new capabilities of the 14nm manufacturing process. Intel has delivered the world’s first 14nm technology in volume production. It uses second-generation Tri-gate (FinFET) transistors with industry-leading performance, power, density and cost per transistor. Intel’s 14nm technology will be used to manufacture a wide range of high-performance to low-power products ...

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Intel announced the next generation chips based on Broadwell 14nm architecture last year. However, the product launch got delayed and now Intel has provided a new target date. According to Intel CEO, next-generation Broadwell processors will ship in time to be used in personal computers sold during the holiday season but probably won’t be available for back-to-school shopping. “I can guarantee for holiday, and not at the last second of holiday,” Krzanich said in an interview. “Back to school – that’s a tight one. Back to school you have to really have it on-shelf in July, August. That’s going to be tough.” These upcoming devices will have more power and even better battery life than Haswell processors. Source: Reuters ...

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