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Dawson Canyon: Intel brings NUCs with dual HDMI for 4K

Saturday, September 16th, 2017 | Gadgets

Intel has released new boards for mini-PCs and corresponding barebones without a big announcement. The six variants of the NUCs (Next Unit of Computing), which are internally called Dawson Canyon, differ in the CPU configuration as well as in the connections to the outside of the mainboards. The systems are not designed primarily for end-users, but are also designed for professional use due to the optional vPro and TMP 2.0 support.

The two boards (NUC7i5DNBE and NUC7i3DNBE) are identical except for the processor. A 15-Watt dual core with kaby-lake generation hyperthreading is offered: Intel equips a board with the Core i5-7300U and one with the Core i3-7100U. The Core i5 clocks significantly higher and has a turbo, it also dominates vPro and TPM. The chips support up to 32 GB of DDR4-2133 memory in the form of two SO-DIMMs. For storage, there is an M.2-2280 slot that hangs on four PCIe Gen3 lanes, and two Sata 6 Gbps ports. In addition, M.2-2230 is available for Bluetooth / WLAN cards.

        
    Dawson Canyon (Picture: Simply NUC)

There are two HDMI 2.0a outputs with CEC for 4K UHD at 60 Hz and an Embedded Displayport 1.4 for a third screen. Intel also runs 2x USB 3.0 (Type A), 2x USB 2.0 (Type A), 1x RJ45 for Gigabit Ethernet and 1x RS232 for industrial applications. If you buy a barebone, you get the board together with the CPU and an ac-8265 card for Bluetooth 4.2 and 2×2 ac WLAN. Storage and storage must be purchased. The variants with HE suffix have a higher housing and can be equipped with a HDD or SSD with a thickness of 9.5 mm.

For US dealers such as Simply NUC, the Dawson Canyon can be pre-ordered for around 450 to 600 US dollars for the end of December 2017, the boards individually cost 340 and 480 US dollars. Next to the actively ventilated Intel models will passively cooled variants follow.

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