Intel's Core i3 NUC mini-boards set to hit market in October, power up hobbyists and OEMs

Intel's Core i3 NUC mini-boards set to hit market in October, power up hobbyists and OEMs

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New Intel has finalized the specs of its Next Unit of Computing (NUC) board, and announced it'll go on sale in October for less than $400 with a case and power supply. Carrying a 4 x 4-inch form factor between a Raspberry Pi and mini-ITX board, it'll be equipped with...
Intel's Core i3 NUC mini-boards set to hit market in October, power up hobbyists and OEMs
                                       

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Livestream announces Studio HD500 all-in-one video switcher, ships October 15th for $8,500

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Wireless Sensor Tags alert you to movement and temperature changes, fit on your keyring

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There's plenty of sensor gear around for hobbyists to play with, but not so many polished products for the monitoring-obsessed. Cao Gadgets is attempting to fill that niche with its functionally named Wireless Sensor Tags -- small devices which monitor movement and temperature, notifying you if anything's amiss. A...
Wireless Sensor Tags alert you to movement and temperature changes, fit on your keyring

Vizio Co-Star teardown supplies the tech specs we never had

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