Notebookcheck reviews the NUC 11 Pro

"Almost all ports are tightly packed along the rear including the one Thunderbolt 3 port and one Thunderbolt 4 port. Unfortunately, the NUC cannot be powered by USB-C AC adapters and so owners must use the included proprietary AC barrel port. The bottom panel comes off easily to expose upgradeable components: 2x SODIMM, 2x M.2 storage (M.2 2242 SATA III, M.2 2280 PCIe 4), and the removable WLAN module. The longer M.2 2280 SSD would sit on top of the WLAN module. 

CPU performance is within a few percentage points of the average Core i5-1135G7 CPU in our database. Upgrading to the costlier Core i7-1165G7 can boost multi-thread performance by up to 25 or 35 percent based on our observations with the NUC11PAQi7. It's worth noting that the Core i5-1135G7 is able to outperform the one-off Core i7-8809G in the older Hades Canyon NUC8. Performance sustainability is better than on the Surface Pro 7 Plus which comes with the exact same CPU. Running CineBench R15 xT in a loop reveals our NUC11 sustaining much higher scores over time when compared to the Microsoft tablet."

Source: Notebookcheck