Intel’s next tiny PC, the Tiger Lake NUC, could be a PS5-beating powerhouse – but at a cost

Rumor has it that Intel will have a new NUC released before the end of the year, the Phantom Canyon compact PC which has been much rumored lately. However, apparently Panther Canyon (another NUC which the rumor mill insisted would arrive as well) isn’t part of Intel’s plans.

At least that’s the case going by freshly leaked Intel roadmaps which have been spilled on Twitter by @momomo_us.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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