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Intel launches its NUC M15 Laptop Kit to system integrators

EVO-qualified laptops for the masses

Intel launches its NUC M15 Laptop Kit to system integrators

Intel launches its NUC M15 Laptop Kit to system integrators

Intel's expanding its NUC series of PC into an entirely new product category, launching the NUC M15, codenamed "Bishop County" into the whitebook market. 

So what is a whitebook? Think of whitebooks as a barebones system which can be purchased and customised by system integrators like PCSpecialist. These systems are not sold directly to customers; they are sold to laptop makers, who customise these units to best meet the needs of their customers. 

With the NUC M15, Intel is allowing these system integrators to create Intel EVO-qualified laptops with ease. These systems will be designed to meet Intel's EVO quality standards and utilise the company's latest 11th generation Core Mobile (Tiger Lake) processors and offer users Iris Xe graphics. 

The NUC M15 will be available to system integrators this month, offering Intel's customers a capable notebook design that less than 15mm thick and offers everything that most consumers need in a thin-&-light notebook. 

The NUC M15 will support PCIe 4.0 storage devices, LPDDR4X-4267 memory options, Thunderbolt 4 and USB Gen 2 devices. 

You can join the discussion on Intel's NUC M15 barebones laptops on the OC3D Forums.  

Intel launches its NUC M15 Laptop Kit to system integrators

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