Originally Posted by Winty
Considering that the BASIC Stamp sets in my 11th grade Digital Electronics class are $250, NUC seems like a bargain. In terms of affordability, if kids can aford $50-$60 video games, I don't see why they can't aford this. Though RPi is only $25, still need a keyboard, monitor, mouse, power, etc.
Because this new Intel thing comes with a keyboard, monitor, mouse, power, etc.?
Kids can seem to afford $50-$60 for games, but who bought the PC or Console for the Kids? This is just another PC form factor (I hope) which I think will be much better suited to AMD's APU line than anything Intel comes up with.
Considering the pricing on Intel products, I'm curious to see full details about price. For all we know this will just be a mobo with CPU/GPU and you have to add your own HDD and Ram similar to a barebones kit.
Only time will tel, but I hope its as good as they make it out to be, and as cheap.