Intel unveils new NUC dubbed the "world's smallest VR-ready computer"

Nicholas Fearn
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Thought the NUC was dead? Intel shows off brand new VR-ready NUC at CES

Intel has unveiled its latest NUC small form-factor PC that, it claims, is the world's smallest virtual reality-capable computer. Intel has been creating these small-form-factor computers since ...

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