I love the Intel Nucs. I've purchased several of them for my personal use and recommended them for others also. However, your new format for displaying information about your products is really horrible!!! When I want to browse your latest NUC products, the most important thing is looking for a NUC with specs that meet what I'm looking for, and number one is which CPU. But instead of organizing your NUCs by commonly used CPU names, such as i3, i7, Celeron, etc., which everyone is familiar with, you're now using numbers such as "95442 Processor Included". Come on, who uses those kinds of processor numbers? Perhaps some enthusiast who's researched all the CPUs and knows exactly which precise one they want. But certainly not the general public, and I bet even most Intel employees wouldn't know off-hand which number goes with which processor name, unless there's some secret method to your numbering system that I'm not aware of.
In short, when I want to search on your website to see the specs for all Intel NUCs with an i3 processor, I want to be able to see a list of filters that has i3 as an option, not some cryptic processor number.
Furthermore, your specs once you do find a NUC are far from being clear. If I type the model number into Amazon or any retailer, they show right in the heading what the commonly used CPU name is, plus amount of memory/storage capacity, etc. if it's a NUC with those options. But when I pull up something like the NUC7I5BNKP, which has Windows 10 pre-installed, I'm presented with specs such as Launch Date and Lithography at the very top. How are those significant for someone just wanting to find the basic specs of the product? Obviously there's some storage device included with this NUC if Windows 10 is pre-installed, but I can't even see anyplace in the specs where it even lists what storage it includes. How can you expect me to buy your product when you can't even list what kind of storage the product includes? You need to include commonly used CPU name, amount of installed RAM, storage, OS, and things that every other PC maker on the planet uses to describe their products displayed prominently at the top of the specs. Forcing people who want to buy your product to search all over, and end up visiting non-Intel sites just to get the most basic of information about your product is quite unbelievable. It's as if whoever designed your NUC webpages is doing their best to destroy your NUC business by frustrating potential buyers.
Please, please, please, completely redo your product pages and absolutely include the commonly used processor names.