Thursday, November 19th 2020

Intel Outs the NUC M15 Laptop Kit

The Intel NUC M15 Laptop Kit (formerly code-named "Bishop County") brings Intel's technical expertise to the whitebook market, with the goal of providing Intel's channel customers with a premium, precision engineered laptop kit. Intel provides its broad channel members the best building blocks to create innovative laptops for their customers.

The M15 Laptop Kit includes an 11th Gen Intel Core mobile processor and Intel Iris Xe graphics and is designed to exceed the stringent requirements of the new Intel Evo platform brand. Ultimately, the Intel Evo platform brand is earned by each channel partner, but the M15 Laptop Kit offers the right foundation to build an Intel EVO-qualified laptop.
The Intel NUC M15 Laptop Kit brings Intel's technical expertise to the whitebook market. Introduced in November 2020, the laptop kit provides Intel's channel customers with a premium, precision engineered laptop kit.

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6 Comments on Intel Outs the NUC M15 Laptop Kit

#1
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
I wonder if Eluktronics or @XMG Support will be have one of these M15s in their own variant (much like the White Book TongFangs).
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#2
Caring1
Schenker has announced their laptop, XMG is basically the same so should announce one soon also.
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#4
progste
This could be interesting if the price is right, shopping for a notebook with the exact right configuration and good exterior is always a mess so something like this could make it easier!
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#5
Mats
Ugh, I really wish they just sold it as is, without any ugly random logos slapped onto them.

These won't be cheap, that's for sure.
cyneater
So netbook V2 ?
No? I guess you missed that part about being premium, precision engineered and 11th Gen Intel Core mobile processor..



bestware.com/en/schenker-vision-15.html
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XMG Support
Mats
Ugh, I really wish they just sold it as is, without any ugly random logos slapped onto them.
Almost all our laptops can be configured via BTO without a logo on the display lid. VISION 15 will be no exception.
See this thread from early 2020:Regarding the NUC M15 kit: this will remain under our SCHENKER brand - we currently don't plan to double-launch this under XMG.
But our partner company TUXEDO will probably launch it soon with full Linux support as well.

You can find our launch thread with a full Q&A here:If you have any questions, feel free to ask right here. I get e-mail notifications for every new comment under this post. :)
cyneater
So netbook V2 ?
It's a bit more powerful than that. :)

Cheers,
Tom
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