First NUC 11 Pro review (Tiger Canyon)

"The system itself is a relatively compact unit, with a huge asterisk next to it. We will get to the asterisk later, but the unit measures 112mm x 117mm which is around 4.5 inches. On the front of the unit, we have a power button along with two USB Type-A ports. These are USB 3.2 Gen2 ports which means they operate at 10Gbps.

Moving to the rear of the unit, we have a fairly full I/O panel. There are two HDMI 2.0b ports. Many other nodes in this class have at least one DisplayPort so this is a bit different. One also gets a USB 2.0 port and a USB 3.2 Gen2 port each in Type-A form factors. The Type-C ports are interesting. They are listed as USB 4 / Thunderbolt 4 and 3 ports. This is a massive amount of USB connectivity in such a small chassis.

Another big feature is the Intel i225-lm networking. With this generation, we get 2.5GbE. Although it is a single port, having faster Ethernet is a big deal for many."

Source: ServeTheHome