Intel NUC M15 laptop first look: taking on Dell and HP  The VergeView Full coverage on Google News
Intel has designed and built a new laptop called the NUC M15. But Intel won’t be selling it directly — instead, it will be branded and sold by small boutique computer companies as a competitor to the popular Dell XPS and HP Spectre computers that dominate this segment. It is expected to hit shelves early next year.Can this take on the XPS 13 and Spectre x360?

Intel NUC M15 laptop first look: taking on Dell and HP - The Verge

The Intel NUC M15 is a Tiger Lake laptop that will ship to OEMs in 2021The NUC M15 is a Tiger Lake laptop for OEMs

Intel just made a NUC laptop - but you can't buy it | TechRadar

The company's partners will start selling NUC M15 systems in 2021.The company's partners will start selling NUC M15 systems in 2021.

Intel made a high-end reference design laptop for small brands to copy | Engadget

The first laptop with the NUC name in the 8-year program, to be sold by small companies.The first laptop with the NUC name in the 8-year program, to be sold by small companies.

Intel Shows Off New NUC M15 Whitebook Laptop | Tom's Hardware

Intel will launch a laptop next year that will help smaller brands compete with Dell, HP, and other large brands. The 15-inch laptop has similar specs to the Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectre x360.Intel will launch a laptop next year that will help smaller brands compete with Dell, HP, and other large brands. The 15-inch laptop has similar specs to the Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectre x360.

Intel will launch a laptop to compete with the likes of the Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectre x360 | Windows Central

This week Intel revealed the Intel NUC M15 Laptop Kit, a system formerly code-named Bishop County. This kit includes an 11th Gen Intel Core mobile processor asThis week Intel revealed the Intel NUC M15 Laptop Kit, a system formerly code-named Bishop County. This kit includes an 11th Gen Intel Core mobile processor as well as Intel Iris Xe graphics. It&#8…

Intel NUC M15 laptop kits revealed – small and powerful - SlashGear