This is in fact one of the coming products that contains very cool features but I am afraid to say that we do not have an ETA yet of the product release.
I recommend you checking the Intel® News room where you can find all information about Intel® news. Here is the link:
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Technical Product Specification has been revised on April 2014 :
Board Identification Information
Basic Intel® NUC Board DN2820FY Identification Information
AA Revision BIOS Revision Notes
H24582-201 FYBYT10H.86A.0012 1,2
1. The AA number is found on a small label on the component side of the board.
2. Intel® Celeron® processor N2820 or Intel® Celeron® processor N2830, used on this AA revision,
consists of the following component:
Device Stepping S-Spec Numbers
Intel Celeron processor N2820 B3 SR1SG
Intel Celeron processor N2830 C0 SR1W4
• Support for DDR3L 1066 MHz SO-DIMM on the Intel Celeron processor N2820
• Support for DDR3L 1333 MHz SO-DIMM on the Intel Celeron processor [b]N2830[/b]
The board has a soldered-down System-on-a-Chip (SoC), which consists of an Intel
Celeron processor N2820 or [b]N2830[/b] with up to 7.5 W TDP.
• Integrated graphics
• Integrated memory controller
• Integrated PCH[/quote]
Reference for the Celeron remains DN2820FYKH.
N2820 vs N2830 :
RAM : 1066 -> 1333
and N2830 adds QuickSync Video
For shop online this is the Problem.
Item model number: BOXDN2820FYKH0
ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number) is internal Amazon Code.
BOXDN2820FYKH(0) is public Intel code.
I hope that the new (revision) model will be identified with a index like BOXDN2820FYKH(1) and/or a new ASIN, but usually Amazon does not change ASIN code for hardware revision.
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Okay as everybody here I am also concerned about the fact that the same product number can contain 2 different products. Intel must somehow make it clear what type of processor is included in the box or they will get a lot of consumer complains.
By the way, the DN2820FYKH seems also to be out of stock everywhere in Northern Europe. So lets hope that this implies that the ones seen on stock in the future will be with the Celeron N2830.
No matter what... Intel please clarify what we should look after to be sure that we can identify the right product.
Intel can't get product into the channel, so why do you expect to actually tell us what we are paying for inside the cardboard box????
If you read the new specs, the first thing Intel identifies is the processor...a 2820 (yes it is the ONLY processor listed)!!!!
Then they tell you the ram...for the 2820 and then the 2830, but wait...there is no 2830 processor listed as available, but you are told what ram you should use for it (2830)!
You'll be able to identify the difference between them by the SA# on the label on the bottom of the chassis and the barcode label on the box.
N2820 version: SA H22962-100, H22962-101, and H22962-102
N2830 version: SA H22962-103 and later
Let me check on the TPS - it looks like Section 1.3 Processor mentions both processors, but the Feature Summary table does not. I'll alert the NUC team about that to fix the table.
New Product Change Notification 112980-01
Now the only question is the availability date and shipping
Forecasted Key Milestones:
Date Customer Must be Ready to Receive Post-Conversion Material:
Jun 25, 2014