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Intel NUC DN2820FYKH0 $135 + Shipping @ CPL Online


Today we have the Intel NUC DN2820FYKH0 for $135 only. Shipping cost applies and store pickup is available.

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    Some additional info.

    Intel® Celeron® processor N2820 ( 2.4 GHz dual-core, 1MB cache, 7.5 W TDP)

    •1 DDR3L SODIMM (8 GB maximum)

    •Intel® HD Graphics (up to 756 MHz)
    •1 x HDMI* 1.4a

    Peripheral connectivity
    •1 x USB 3.0 port on the front panel
    •2 x USB 2.0 ports on the back panel
    •Front panel consumer IR sensor


    Does this model come with onboard Wifi? I tried to look up the model on the Intel website and this was the result: http://www.intel.com.au/content/www/au/en/nuc/nuc-board-dn28.... Intel site shows:


    • 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet port
    • Intel® Wireless-N 7260BN pre-installed, including wireless antennas (IEEE 802.11bgn, Bluetooth* 4.0, Intel® Wireless Display built-in)

    But the CPL listing shows:


    • 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet port

      A good question to ask- we've purchased a couple of NUCs for work (not through this seller) and the wording on wireless is a little vague. What we discovered what that they come with is a built in 'antenna' (which basically uses the NUC chassis as a wireless antenna) but NOT the wireless card itself.

      We were lucky in that we had a couple of dead laptops that had wireless cards which were compatible with the NUCs.

        • +2 votes

          I clearly stated 'not through this seller'

          As mentioned, I've purchased several NUCs, and IN GENERAL I've found the specs listed (in relation to the wireless especially) are a bit vague. As per the post above mine, often the seller's specs say one thing but Intel's specs seem to say something else.

          Hence my comment that it is a good question to ask- it is worthwhile having the seller confirm the exact specs.

        • +1 vote


          the 2820 celeron NUCs come with the combo wifi/bluetooth card already inside.

          My understanding is that the older celeron ones, and the i3 and above ones, all need the wifi/bluetooth bought separately (if you want wifi or bluetooth)

    • +1 vote

      Yep, it does. Source: I own one.

  • +11 votes

    It definitely comes with the wifi / bluetooth. This model also includes the power adapter with an AUS plug, unlike the higher end NUCS where you need to buy a cable.

    The more recently produced ones have the N2830. I bought one from these guys a few weeks ago for the same price and this had the N2820. With an updated bios, I have noticed no issues anyways.

    Further info:
    - The CPU is NOT powerful enough to play 3d bluray rip MVC MKVs (done from MakeMKV) in stereoscopic player. If this is important to you, you need the next model up.
    - It WILL play the same file in 2D in XBMC though (XBMC does not support playing 3D MVC files in Frame Packing 3d - it only supports re-encoded files in SBS or OU format).
    - In Windows, it will NOT bitstream DTS-HD and DOlby TrueHD to an amplifier(but will do DTS and Dolby Digital 5.1) - in XBMC, if you disable the Passthrough option for DTS-HD and TrueHD, it will still happy play the sound in DTS / Dolby Digital format. If DTS-HD / Dolby TrueHD is important, you need the next model up.
    - In Linux (specifically OpenELEC), it WILL bitstream DTS-HD and TrueHD to an amplifier for the full sound experience, but you can't play the 3D MVC files in 3D in Linux yet.
    - It WILL play bluray isos in XBMC (although not in 3d and as above, in Windows you will not get DTS-HD or TrueHD sound).


    CPL Online want $50 for postage to WA, might as well go to PLE and buy it for $164.

    Edit: $31 if you use a specific courier, still not worth it.


    Out of stock already??? :(
    I called to make sure I could pickup, then created an account … for nothing.