Intel has secretly released its first gaming laptop, the NUC X15 Laptop Kit. The NUC X15 has a Tiger Lake processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series GPU, and displays up to 240Hz.
Intel has unveiled the NUC X15 laptop kit, a reference laptop that leaked last month. It’s unclear which company plans to ship the NUC X15, but Intel has verified all possible specs and configurations.
Intel has created five configurations using Tiger Lake processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs. The amplifier also features a two-channel SODIMM, 16: 9 display, mechanical keyboard, and RGB backlighting per key.
However, Intel will be equipping the entry-level model with the Core i5-11400H, GeForce RTX 3060, and FHD panels that get to 144Hz at their peaks.
In contrast, all other processors come with a Core i7-11800H coupled with a GeForce RTX 3070, with a choice between a QHD / 165Hz display and an FHD / 240Hz display.
This device has a powerful 94 Wh battery that can go for hours during gameplay. Because it has an HDMI 2.1 port, the NUC X15 is also perfect for connecting to external monitors with high refresh speeds.
However, Intel has yet to reveal the price tag for the NUC X15.