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Intel NUC D34010WYK, Mini HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, USB 3.0, 4th Gen Intel Core i3-4010U, Consumer Infrared sensor
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- 4th Generation Intel Core i3-4010U processor
- Intel HD Graphics 4400
- Dual channel SODIMM DDR3L 1333/1600 MHz, 1.35V
- Internal support for mSata SSD
- mini HDMI 1.4a with audio support Mini DisplayPort 1.2 with audio support
- Intel WiDi Supported 4 USB3.0 Ports
- Headphone/Microphone Jack
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From the Manufacturer
How do you use your Intel NUC?
Multiple HD Displays: Because one HD screen is never enough.
Rapid Start: Less Waiting. More Gaming.
Multiple Ports: Room for the peripherals so you can drive like you do in real life.
Supports 4K Display: For immersive visuals.
Smaller Than a DVR: Or your grandma’s VCR.
Built-In WIFI: So you can stream all the Netflix* you want.
Vesa Mount: DIY your own All in One with a single screwdriver.
Bluetooth: Hook up your Bluetooth speakers and go all retro boombox cool.
Storage: Up to 2 TB of storage for all the pictures of kittens and tacos that you take.
Game On Your TV From Your PC
Intel NUC allows gamers to bring their mainstream gaming experience into the living room. With its ample graphics performance, the Intel NUC can power your mainstream, casual, and indie game catalogues from the couch. What once was an experience only to be had on the small screen of your desktop or laptop can now be realized and shared on the full-size high definition display located in a common area of your home.
Intel NUC gives you the power you need to play, entertain, and inspire. Get the powerful capabilities of a complete desktop system packaged into four small inches, including built-in WiFi, Bluetooth*, and mini HDMI*. Experience eye-popping visuals and immersive 7.1 surround sound, all in a stylish Mini PC that can easily fit into any room.
Shrink Your Desktop
Shrink your desktop with the Intel NUC, featuring Intel Anti-Theft Technology and support for Vesa-mount brackets. From school and university computer labs to government and nonprofit organizations, the thin, Intel NUC form factor is perfect for small spaces.
Top Customer Reviews
This kit (Intel NUC D34010WYK, in case Amazon merges the reviews with the other Haswell NUC SKUs)
"Crucial CT2C8G3S160BM, 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3-12800) CL11 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Memory Modules For selective Macs"
"Mushkin Direct Atlas Deluxe 60GB mSATA SATA III SSD MKNSSDAT60GB-DX"
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I found a better solution. YMMV. Be sure to check it out. I bought a Gigabyte Brix GB-BXBT-2807.Gigabyte Intel Celeron N2807 Mini PC Barebones GB-BXBT-2807. Its everything I wanted and expected from this NUC and even more, even cheaper. The Brix has much lower power consumption, no fan, dead silent, flawlessly serves up Blu-Ray ISOs from the DAS, runs Windows 7, 8.1, Ubuntu 14.04, Mint 17, OpenELEC. It happily works headless and boots with all my USB devices attached. While it's not a Core i3 in speed, it is sufficiently performant for most tasks. It makes a really great 24x365 Windows/Linux/HTPC/OpenElec server. Absolutely check it out.
Update 28-Mar-2014: 90 days later -- Still no fixes. Just blah-blah. How is it possible that Intel can't fix major BIOS and driver issues? This is a great example of why open source is the safest choice.
Update 8-Mar-2014: Rumblings of a revolt on Intel Community forum. Months later no fixes. Here's my statement to Intel about why they should be a good citizen and fixes their BIOS and drivers.Read more ›
I built this up with the following components from Amazon: Crucial 8GB memory part # CT2CP51264BF160B, and Kingston mSATA SSD part # SMS200S3/120G. The build couldn't be quicker or easier. I didn't add a wireless module since I have wired networking in the system's location. 8GB RAM is overkill for my application but dual-channel memory is faster than using one SODIMM and there are no 2x2GB kits anymore.
While the NUC has a fan, you have to be in a dead-quiet room and have your ears within a foot or two to hear the slightest hum.
On Intel's download site, they have unusually and helpfully packaged all of the required NUC drivers into one download ZIP which was really nice. Somebody at Intel is thinking.
Despite being the lowest-end Core i3 version of the NUC, this system really flies. UEFI BIOS post is lightning quick and the UEFI BIOS GUI is mouse-driven, well laid out, and easy to use.
Note that it does NOT come with a power cord for its included AC power brick, you need to order a IEC320C5 cord (in the U.S. that's a IEC320C5-to-NEMA 5-15P). And if you'll be using a DisplayPort monitor, remember to get a mini DisplayPort-to-DisplayPort cable, or an adapter.
Despite the well-deserved 5 stars, it could be "even more perfect" if it had a third USB port on the back. After you plug in a USB mouse and a USB keyboard, if you have one more peripheral (e.g.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great as an XBMC/Kodi box (OpenELEC). Capable of running very high bitrate 10-bit h.264 videos, as well as high bit rate HEVC/h.265 10-bit video.Published 7 months ago by KC
Use as a media center with openelec. Works great. 1080p with 5.1 sound. Works well with my harmony remote, although it turns it off rather than putting it to sleep.Published 10 months ago by L. Cressia
BIOS had to be "chased" to get the right one to match my chipset (WIFI 802.11 AC, AND BLUETOOTH CARD)... This unit is still a powerful unit... I like mine. Read morePublished 13 months ago by ss
Great little Computer, but the box is the best part, it plays the intel audio branding when you open itPublished 14 months ago by Devin Computers LLC
Great little and super quiet box. This replaces an older model Shuttle box that I was using as a Plex server that died recently. Read morePublished 15 months ago by A. Martin