The Next Generation NUC 13 Pro
A New 4X4 For You To Try
The new NUC 13 Pro comes with anything from a vPro Core i7 1370p through to a Core i3 1315U, the former of which is found in the model that TweakTown is testing out. The two SO-DIMM can support up to 64GB and you are stuck with DDR4-3200MHz, but you do get two M.2 ports, one PCIe 4.0 and one SATA. The connectivity is decent, with two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two HDMI 2.1, three USB 3.2 , one USB 2.0, WiFI6 and 2.5Gbe wired networking.
The performance is noticeably improved compared to the previous model in both single and multithreaded testing. The performance will cost you though, between $350 for the Core i3 model up to $1080 for the vPro. The model tested here is around $650 and will be good enough for the vast majority of tasks you could want from it.
Intel's newest small form factor system, the NUC 13 Pro NUC13ANBi7, shows a supreme uptick in performance over 12th-gen CPU-based systems.
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