Intel® NUC M15 Laptop Kit - EVO LAPRC710
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Intel® NUC M15 Laptop Kit
Products formerly Rooks County
Intel® Core™ i7-1260P Processor (18M Cache, up to 4.70 GHz)
Pre-Installed Operating System
Windows 11 Home*
Supported Operating Systems
355mm x 230mm x 15mm
Ordering and Compliance
Retired and discontinued
Bulk EVO Intel® NUC M15 Laptop, BRC710ECUXBD1, w/Intel® Core™ i7,Gray,FHD Touch,16GB, 1TB SSD, US ANSI Keyboard, w/ US cord, Win11 Home, L10 (5 pack)
- MM# 99AMRA
- Ordering Code BRC710ECUXBD1
Bulk EVO Intel® NUC M15 Laptop, BRC710BAUXBD1, w/Intel® Core™ i7, Black, FHD, 16GB, 1TB SSD, US ANSI Keyboard, w/ US cord, Win11 Home, L10 (5 pack)
- MM# 99C6JZ
- Ordering Code BRC710BAUXBD1
Trade compliance information
- ECCN 5A992C
- CCATS G157815L2
- US HTS 8471300100
Drivers and Software
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Latest Drivers & Software
Driver Pack for the Intel® NUC M15 Laptop Kit - LAPRC710 & LAPRC510
BIOS Update for the Intel® NUC M15 Laptop Kit - LAPRCx10 [RCADL357]
Intel® Aptio* V UEFI Firmware Integrator Tools for Intel® NUC
Intel® NUC Uniwill Service Driver for Intel® NUC Software Studio for Intel® NUC M15 Laptop Kits - LAPRC510 & LAPRC710
Image Retention Removal Tool for the Intel NUC Laptop Products
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ECC Memory Supported ‡
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# of Thunderbolt™ Ports
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System and Maximum TDP is based on worst case scenarios. Actual TDP may be lower if not all I/Os for chipsets are used.