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Intel NUC D54250WYK, Mini HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, USB 3.0, Intel HD Graphics 5000, 4th Gen Intel Core i5-4250U

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  • The Intel NUC comes complete with Intel HD Graphics to ensure a brilliant HD experience
  • Intel Quick Sync Video for fast video encoding
  • Display Port for driving 4k displays
  • Model comes without powercord.
  • Compatible with Linux (Linux Mint, Fedora, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE) and Windows 7
  • Internal Support for mSATA SSD
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Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 4.4 x 1.4 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00F3F38O2
  • Item model number: BOXD54250WYK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2004

Product Description

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Ultra Compact, Ultra Impact

Sleek, shiny, and with a smaller footprint than a wireless modem, the Intel NUC with the 4th generation Intel Core i5 processor is at home in your living room, your office, or your media center. The new Intel NUC packs more features into an even slimmer form factor. The Intel NUC comes complete with Intel HD graphics 5000 to ensure a brilliant HD experience, Intel Quick Sync Video for fast video encoding, and Mini DisplayPort 1.2 for driving 4K displays. Couple this with a stereo/mic jack along with four USB 3.0 ports and an infrared sensor for your remote control, and you can create a home entertainment system, a gaming machine, a digital jukebox, or all of the above. You can immerse yourself in movies, TV, or games in 4 square inches, without the need for discrete hardware. The Intel NUC: as small as a game controller, as powerful as a dragon slayer.

Superior Processing And Graphics

The D54250WYK is equipped with the 4th generation Intel Core i5-4250U processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, automatically allowing processor cores to safely run faster than the base operating frequency for short durations to maximize performance. It also features visibly smart graphics, using Intel HD Graphics 5000 to provide amazing performance and visually stunning graphics for immersive gaming, media editing with Intel Quick Sync Video, and HD playback with Intel Clear Video HD Technology (Intel CVT HD).

Key Features

  • 4th Generation Intel Core i5-4250U processor
  • Intel HD Graphics 5000
  • Dual channel SODIMM DDR3L 1333/1600 MHz, 1.35V
  • 2 SODIMM, 16GB maximum
  • One mini HDMI 1.4a with audio support
  • One mini DisplayPort 1.2 with audio support
  • Two PCIe mini slots (one half-length & one full-length)
  • Two internal USB 2.0 via 2x5 header
  • Two USB 3.0 connectors on back panel
  • Two USB 3.0 connectors on the front panel
  • One SATA data connector
  • One SATA power connector
  • Intel 10 / 100 / 1000 network connection
  • Chassis design, aluminium and plastic
  • Antennae for WIFI and Bluetooth pre-assembled for ease of deployment
  • VESA mount bracket and mounting hole support
  • Kensington lock support
  • Headphone/microphone jack on the front panel
  • Consumer infrared sensor on the front panel
  • Windows 8 & 8.1 Logo
  • Wireless option via PCIe mini card
  • Bluetooth option via PCIe mini card
  • Supports mobile SATA (SSD) card via full-length PCIe mini card
  • Compatible with Linux (Linux Mint, Fedora, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE) and Windows 7
  • DC power 12 - 19 V, 65 W
  • Power cord

Customer Reviews

Very good small pc, good value!
Patrick Wan
I installed windows 7 ultimate, updated all the drivers and bios, and was good to go in about 30 minutes.
Anonymous
Like I said, my needs are simple.
Callanish

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

124 of 134 people found the following review helpful By Technophile on December 17, 2013
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I am a power-user and have no patience for waiting for things to load. I had a powerful i7 tower desktop I built last year, for $1200 in latest-generation parts. Although I initially bought this computer as a toy, it has now completely replaced my big tower. This computer is ~40x smaller, uses 3-5x less electricity, and the decrease in computing power is hardly noticeable (after all it is an i5). I paid $680 total for parts. Took 30mins to assemble.

$385 - Intel NUC D54250WYK

$180 - 240GB mSata drive
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$75 - 8GB DDR3 1.3v ram
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$35 - Intel 7260 AC wifi + Bluetooth 4.0
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Windows 8.1 Pro - free for students.

Yes, I do realize that after cyber monday the price on my parts have fallen by $50. (new total = $630) Bad luck on my part.
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97 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Callanish on November 20, 2013
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What you need to ask yourself is if you are going to get the maximum amount of use out of something like this. Take me for example. For my needs, this is overkill. An i5 Haswell processor installed with 8GB's of RAM and a Mushkin SSD drive is a bit much when all you're doing is replacing a Sony Google TV GS7 box that's about to get a Jellybean upgrade and is doing away with Flash completely and also isn't powerful enough to run Flash side loaded on it using a third party browser.......so this is where the NUC comes in.

Like I said, my needs are simple. My intent is to use it to watch websites like Hulu, run a Proxy on it for overseas content, connect to my slingbox, watch ESPN go, as well as watch the NBC sports channel online, and surf, connect to Google Music, Youtube.....basic stuff, so the perfect O.S for me was running Windows 7 X64 wirelessly connected to a logitech keyboard / touchpad for couch viewing.

Second use was hooking it up to an external 2TB hard drive and running VLC player on it for movie viewing. Like I said, pretty straight forward tasks which other less powerful hardware, including the i3 version could have handled, but like a lot of tech enthusiasts, you want the latest and the greatest. So, putting everything together was close to $600. I knew I'd be fully connected by ethernet, so I didn't pick up the wireless card due to having ethernet points all over the house and knowing the added heat was a factor with the previous gen model; small computers with fast parts, how could you not be concerned, but make no bones about it, the i5 and an SSD drive makes this thing fly. The waiting time on the Sony Google TV hardware with its ARM processor feels prehistoric compared to this.
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31 of 39 people found the following review helpful By capt1914 on January 26, 2014
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I setup my NUC with 16GB of PC3-12800 Crucial Ballistix RAM, a Muskin Atlas mSATA SSD, an Air Live X.USB-3 wifi adapter and installed Fedora 20 Linux. All the hardware was correctly detected and pretty much worked upon first boot. In addition, I installed windows 7 inside Oracle Virtualbox and had no hardware issues with this either. Finally, I booted with a Clonezilla live CD for full disk backup imaging and again had zero hardware detection problems.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By I. Eryilmaz on February 22, 2014
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Good delivery and nice product. I'm using it like an Apple TV by using it with XBMC. For the ones interested, I installed Openelec in it.

Update after 2 weeks:
XBMC running over OpenElec (or any other Linux distro) works flawlessly. I had the dilemma of paying for a Win8 license and run Windows on it but after the Linux + XBMC experience, I'm glad I tried Linux first.

As a media center, this little box is perfect. I connected my plasma and 2 external hard drives to it. In the future, I might hook-up a network access drive. It is very cool to see your movie library with movie information, ratings, reviews, synopsis etc. Thanks to XBMC repositories, you can also watch TV shows + many live TV Channels. For the music library, there is artist information, lyrics and so forth. I feed the sound from HDMI to TV, then from TV to HiFi via optical cable. Sadly, my HiFi has no HDMI feed-through. Also, the NUC doesn't have a dedicated optical output (which is a shame really).

To control the unit I attached a Logitech K400 keyboard which has built in track pad. One note on the keyboard, you have to use the Gotham (beta version) of OpenElec to make the keyboard operational. The current (Feb 2014) Frodo release of OpenElec doesn't support the K400.

Overall, I'm very pleased with the product and what it can do.
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43 of 58 people found the following review helpful By edoray on March 5, 2014
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Bought into the whole deal. Got the unit with 16GB of ram, a 240GB mSata Internal hard drive and a Wireless Wifi with Bluetooth unit. Installed Linux Mint on it, updated all drivers and the bios, and was ready to go. At least I was. The machine wasn't. It constantly over heated and shut down. So far, I've switched out everything; 16GB down to 8GB, switched out the RAM modules, took out the Wifi card. Basically I've taken out everything or switched out everything except the hard drive, which I obviously need to test the system. All for nothing. So, it runs fine; for a while. Then shuts down, without warning, at random times, usually within the first hour of operation. I'd love nothing more than for this to work, but this one is going back, I'm sorry to say. What a pain.

Update: Got my new unit from Amazon. Absolutely no output from the HDMI port, so it's really not usable unless you want to connect it to the Displayport. Since I don't have a Display port cable I didn't test it. Shockingly bad Quality Control from Intel. Have another one on the way; if this one fails I'm out. This is more grief than anyone should have to go through.
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