Works Where You Work

Reliable performance in unreliable conditions.

Intel® NUC 8 Rugged. Works Where You Need It to.

  • 24x7 — The Intel® NUC 8 Rugged is built to last and qualified for 24x7 sustained operations—a critical feature for most IoT and commercial operations.1

  • 80% — Executives who say IoT is critical to business success.2

  • 64B — IoT devices predicted to be in operation by 2025.2

  • 15% — Increase in customers for quick service restaurants who install digital signage.3

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Intel® NUC 8 Rugged is a PC kit that’s small on size but not on toughness or reliability. It features a fanless, ventless design to minimize particle intrusion, so it’s built to survive environments most PCs can’t—from a busy factory floor to a dusty warehouse. And even without a fan, it can operate in temperatures from 0-40˚C to thrive in severe in-the-field conditions.

Housed in a small chassis that’s slim enough to fit almost anywhere, the NUC 8 Rugged is also available as a board-only option that can be easily integrated into your own digital solutions. It’s powered by an Intel® Celeron® processor, making it the ideal PC solution to keep edge analytics, digital signage, or surveillance cameras up and running around the clock. And with a 3-year warranty, it’s performance that’s designed to last.

Features
  • Intel® Celeron® processor
  • Fanless and ventless design
  • Minimal dust intrusion
  • Qualified for 24x7 operation
  • Multiple mounting options
  • Dual HDMI*
  • 2 USB 3.0 ports
  • 2 USB 2.0 ports
  • Internal 4-lane eDP connector
  • Intel® Wireless-AC
  • Bluetooth® technology
  • Intel® Gigabit LAN
  • 3-Year limited warranty
Usages
  • Digital signage
  • Hospitals
  • Medical clinics for mobile pedestal computing
  • IoT
  • Operator consoles in manufacturing environments
  • Quick service restaurants
  • Edge analytics
Availability
  • Intel® NUC Kit
  • Intel® NUC Board

Product and Performance Information

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Sustained operation for Intel® NUC products is defined as 24x7 operation for 5 years with 50% system utilization on average, with an expected service rate of 1% per year during this period.