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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
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This Intel NUC packs more features into an even slimmer form factor. What's more, the sleek, small Intel NUC has a stereo/microphone jack and USB for easy home theater connections and gaming requirements. Or, use it as a home office PC. The Intel NUC is small enough to unclutter your office, yet powerful enough to run the most demanding applications. The Intel NUC: as small as a desktop speaker, as powerful as a sonic boom.

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Processor 8032
RAM DDR3 1066
Graphics Coprocessor integrated_graphics
Card Description integrated
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 2
Brand Name Intel
Item model number BOXD34010WYK
Item Weight 1 pounds
Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 1 x 1 x 1 inches
Color Black/white
Processor Count 2
Voltage 1.35 volts

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ASIN B00F3F381A
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4.6 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #213 in Computers & Accessories > Desktops > Minis
#316 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Desktop Barebones
Shipping Weight 2.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available September 1, 2004

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Style Name: Without Powercord Verified Purchase
Although this is primarily marketed as a desktop/HTPC machine, I bought it to act as an unobtrusive home server to run local file sharing, game servers, and other miscellaneous tasks that required more grunt than my old netbook could spare. The build was fairly simple and quick, although getting the cover off was a little bit tricky (I ended up using the edge of the SDD clamshell to pry it off without scratching/gouging anything). The power/size-to-performance ratio is really something; it's certainly as quick as anyone could ask of a 1.7GHz chip that fits in such a tiny and low-power box. My only complaint is that the blower lends a slight air of cheapness/unreliability to the overall package. However, I have nothing but my prejudices to base that on right now, as it's been running fine so far. The only concrete drawback it has is that it makes the machine quiet rather than silent. That said, I doubt it would be audible at 10 feet if you wanted to use it for an HTPC build (my Blu-Ray player and game consoles are definitely louder). Only time will tell regarding reliability; I've had it running only a few hours, so I can't truly speak to that issue.

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"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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Update 23-Jun-2014: After 150 days of waiting, I've given up. I found a better, cheaper solution. Intel has no interest in fixing the reported and verified issues. After installing latest BIOS and drivers, I still can't yank out the HDMI cable and use the unit headless. What's up with that? How hard is it to fix that? All the other issues, such as inability to boot with certain USB devices remain unfixed. Intel has ceased to provide status updates on any of these issues on their community discussion website. They've left complaining owners holding the bag. They've moved on. So now I have too.

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.
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I bought the i3 NUC and an HDHomerun Prime in an effort to get rid of our DVR rental fees. I put in 8GB of RAM as well as an mSATA drive to install Windows 7 (which comes with Windows Media Center). I also installed Plex on this box. This is hooked to the main TV and used in place of the DVR. The second TV uses an XBox 360 to connect as a Windows Media Center extender and can watch live or recorded TV via the NUC. My wife streams her recorded shows to her iPad using the Plex client. The i3 NUC has no problem transcoding for the iPad at the same time as sending HD video to both other TV's in the house. It does all this and uses way less power than the old cable boxes. I'm saving $32 a month in DVR rental fees and getting more functionality than I had before. Would definitely recommend you give this set up a try if you are tech-savvy enough to understand most of what I typed here.
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Great out-of-box experience (literally) from the moment you are surprised by the cardboard box playing the Intel chime when slid open. Photos do not do this unit justice, they make it look plastic but in fact it's thick solid aluminum with a piano-black finish top. Build quality is stellar and it's easy to work on, just loosen four screws on the bottom and you're in.

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.
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