Intel launches NUC 12 Pro codenamed Wall Street Canyon

There are several codenames for NUC 12 products circulating on the Internet, and it is easy to get confused with different designs and positioning. Intel’s current NUC brand is no longer limited to Mini-PCs, but also includes computing units smaller than Mini-ITX motherboards, small desktops, and laptops.

Recently, the NUC 12 Pro, code-named Wall Street Canyon, appeared on SimplyNUC, with up to an Intel Core i7-1260P processor. The NUC 12 Pro offers different form factors, including slim and tall that accommodate 2.5-inch storage accessories.

The NUC 12 Pro is built on the Alder Lake-P series mobile processors, with optional Core i3-1220P (2P+8E), Core i5-1240P (4P+8E), and Core i7-1260P (4P+8E). SimplyNUC said that there will be a Core i7-1260P (4P+8E) later, which supports the vPro platform.

The NUC 12 Pro supports up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 memory, and there are no plans to support DDR5 memory. In addition, the NUC 12 Pro will also have a “Lite” version, which may lack the all-important dual Thunderbolt 4 ports (supporting TBT3, USB4/3, or DisplayPort 1.4a HBR3), which will have a greater impact on usage and expansion.

SimplyNUC indicates that the starting price of the NUC 12 Pro is 599 euros, with 4GB of memory and 256GB of storage space, but this configuration is not even enough to meet the needs of daily use in today’s application scenarios.