Intel launches the NUC 11 Essential Atlas Canyon

It’s official, Intel has launched the NUC 11 Essential Atlas Canyon, a compact mini PC that uses the new processors Jasper LakeManufactured in the 10nm process and based on a new architecture (Tremont), which not only offer greater energy efficiency compared to the previous generation, but also have superior performance.

Intel’s NUC 11 Essential Atlas Canyon can be configured with three different processors: the Intel Celeron N4505, which is the input model; the Intel Celeron N5105, which is situated as an intermediate option; and the Intel Pentium Silver N6005, which is the most powerful option available for this NUC. Those three processors are integrated in different configurations, ranging from the most modest, based on eMMC storage solutions, to the most powerful, which use SSD drives.

Intel has confirmed that the new NUC 11 Essential Atlas Canyon can already be pre-purchasedThrough the official website of Simply NUC, where we see that the cheapest model has a price of 229 euros, taxes not included. This version comes with an Intel Celeron N4505 processor, has 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of eMMC storage capacity, an integrated Intel UHD GPU, and Free OS.

This entry-level model, but configured with a 256 GB PCIE SSD, goes up to 309 euros, taxes not included, and the most powerful version, which integrates an Intel Pentium Silver N6005 processor, 4 GB and a 256 GB PCIE SSD. GB has a price, before taxes, of 369 euros. In each case, to calculate the price with VAT included, we would only have to apply an increase of 21%. For example, this last model would cost 446.49 euros with VAT included.

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Intel’s NUC 11 Essential Atlas Canyon measures 135 x 115 x 36mm, supports up to 32GB of 2933MHz DDR4 memory, comes with Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0, and has a wide ecosystem of ports:

  • 4 x USB 3.2 Type-A.
  • 2xUSB2.0
  • 1 x HDMI 2.0b.
  • 1x DisplayPort 1.4.
  • 1xGigabit Ethernet
  • A 3.5mm headphone jack and a microphone jack.

It’s compatible with Windows 10, Windows 11 and Linuxalthough it seems that it will only come with Windows 11 in S mode pre-installed as an option.

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