Intel quietly updates the Bay Trail NUC

Since the launch of the DN2820FYKH several minor drivers and usb problems have been reported (including by our friends over at XBMC forums). And Intel is listening. The original Celeron N2820 is now replaced by a Celeron N2830 with upgrated stepping (C0), clock speed (2.16 GHz, Turbo @ 2.41 GHz) and memory support (now DDR3L-1333).

The DN2820FYKH is not fanless but cases are coming, and with a 7.5W TDP some run it passively without any case at all (Raspberry Pi-style).

Source: Intel (PDF)