The new generation NUC 11 PRO series is supported by wide connectivity options and new technologies.
Intel is preparing to include the 11 PRO series in the NUC family, under the Tiger Canyon name. The PRO series is different from the consumer Panther Canyon (NUC 11 Performance) series and is produced for commercial use.
If we talk about the technical features, Tiger Canyon NUC 11 PRO will have an 11th generation Core i7-1185G7 processor based on Tiger Lake-U architecture. The Core i7-1185G7 is an eight-thread quad-core CPU with a turbo clock speed of up to 4.8 GHz at 28W. In addition, low-level processor options will also be available, down to the Core i3-1115G4, a dual-core processor.
On the other hand, we see dual HDMI 2.1 display connectors (supported with integrated Xe-LP Graphics) and dual Thunderbolt 4 connections on the connection side. These options can be important for businesses, and the possibility is given to connect multiple high resolution displays.
Two M.2 PCIe SSD slots are used in the new mini PC. In terms of memory, there is support up to DDR4 3200 MHz. Wi-Fi 6 technology, which is important in the wireless connection point, is also included. External graphics card options do not appear for these PCs. However, next year, Intel’s DG1 external graphics solutions are expected to be available at NUCs with the launch.
The device will be available in two different sizes and the dimensions are as follows:
- Big case: 117x112x54mm
- Small case: 117x112x37mm