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Suggested Compatible Storage (1 slot for 2.5" SSD/HDD)
Whether your customers are home consumers or small businesses, there is an Intel® NUC system to meet the needs of value-oriented buyers who need basic functionality at an affordable price—all in a small package that’s about 4 inches square.
The Intel® Celeron® processor: Where performance meets value in two different configurations
The features customers expect in a customizable kit
The Intel NUC7CJYH kit with a dual-core Intel® Celeron® processor comes with dual-array front microphones enhanced with software that lets your clients take full advantage of voice commands through Alexa* or Windows Cortana* no matter where they’re standing in the room. And with dual Ultra HD 4K display support via two full-sized HDMI* ports, consumer infrared, and a TOSLINK audio jack, they’ve got everything they need to stream media, play, or finish that last-minute presentation.
Intel® HD Graphics with dual 4K ports lets your customers display information in brilliant 4K and keeps eyes from tiring on systems used as PC replacements. 4K also adds crisp definition and clarity to images and messages on entry-level digital signage.
Deep customization capabilities
The NUC7CJYH kit is designed for Windows* 10, but you have the choice to install the OS, memory, and hard drive you want so you can create the exact systems that your customers need. From PC replacement to entry-level digital signage, you can build a Mini PC that does exactly what your customers need it to do.
With support for up to 8 GB of DDR4 RAM, clients can stream media without stuttering and multitask with ease. There are four USB 3.0 ports including a USB charging port—which can let you generate additional peripheral sales for USB keyboards, mice, and printers.
Finally, internal headers, including AUX_PWR and CEC, allow for deep customization for PC-like embedded systems.