ASRock Industrial has just launched its latest invention, the NUC Ultra 100, stepping into the world of Meteor Lake NUCs. Made for businesses and industries, the NUC Ultra 100 stands out for being easily customizable. It can handle the powerful Core Ultra 7 155H processor and supports a big 96GB of RAM.
The NUC Ultra 100 gives users a choice between the Core Ultra 5 125H and the Core Ultra 7 155H, offering different options for different needs. The Core Ultra 7 155H is especially strong with six P-cores, which is more than the four P-cores in the 125H. This means it can handle heavy tasks well, making the most out of the NUC’s compact size.
Even though it’s small, the NUC Ultra 100 is flexible in setup. Users can add up to two PCIe 4.0 SSDs and a maximum of 96GB DDR5 RAM running at a fast 5,600MHz. But, because it only has two memory slots, it supports dual-channel memory, which might slightly reduce graphics performance compared to devices with Meteor Lake’s maximum quad-channel memory.
In the concealed corridors of technological marvels, ASRock Industrial unveils the NUC Ultra 100, a whispered enigma in the realm of mini PCs. Its display options, veiled in mystery, boast two HDMI 2.0b portals and USB4 and USB 3.2 Type-C ports with DisplayPort capabilities. The arcane dance of these connections allows users to transcend into the realms of work or entertainment, painting the canvas with 4K hues at 60Hz, 1440p pulsations at 144Hz, and 1080p echoes at 240Hz.
Delving deeper into the labyrinth, the NUC Ultra 100 reveals its network secrets. Two 2.5 gigabit Ethernet ports emerge from the shadows, a testament to ASRock’s commitment to forging unbreakable bonds of reliability and high-speed connectivity. Yet, a cryptic absence echoes through the corridors—no built-in Wi-Fi, but a concealed slot, a secret passage beckoning the curious to add a Wi-Fi card. The veil thickens as ASRock remains silent on whether this hidden chamber aligns with the elusive Wi-Fi 7 standard, leaving users in a state of wireless wonder.
The price of the NUC Ultra 100 is still a mystery. ASRock Industrial is taking a business-to-business approach, so interested buyers need to ask for the price. Even though it might not be in regular stores, the launch of other options like Asus’s upcoming Meteor Lake NUC and a Chinese-exclusive NUC coming out on January 11 shows a growing trend in the market. This gives customers more choices to experience Intel’s latest chip technology in a small and versatile mini PC.
ASRock’s NUC Ultra 100 is a big step forward in compact computing solutions. With its strong specifications and flexibility, this Meteor Lake NUC is ready for different professional and industrial uses. It also catches the eye of gamers who want a powerful but small gaming setup. The NUC Ultra 100 is not just a machine; it’s like a magical book of technology, set to meet various needs mysteriously and compactly.