I am facing a little dilemma with the Intel NUC 10 Performance kit -10th Generation Intel Core i7-10710U (NUC10i7FNK).
I'll explain the problem and hopefully you can suggest a solution:
The NUC10i7FNK I purchased has 1x USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type A and 1x USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type C ports on the front of the unit. In the rear, there are 1x 1x USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type C Thunderbolt, 1x USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type A and a HDMI 2.0b connector.
The NUC kit was installed with MS Windows 10 Pro, 64GB memory (2x 32GB Samsung 2666Mhz modules) and 512GB storage (Samsung 970 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD). So there is plenty of "horsepower." The BIOS was recently updated via the Intel Driver & Support Assistant (DSA).
I have the the following peripherals:
1x LG 27UL500-W 4k monitor which has 1x Displayport & 2 HDMI connectors - https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-27UL500-W-4k-uhd-led-monitor#
1x Dell KM636 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo (5WH32) (USB Type A wireless receiver)
1x Bose Companion 5 Multimedia Computer Speaker System (USB Type A)
1x GoPro Hero8 with Media Mod (micro-HDMI-out port) - https://gopro.com/en/us/shop/mounts-accessories/media-mod/AJFMD-001.html
I would like to set up a second LG 27UL500-W 4k monitor and use the GoPro Hero8 for a livestream/webcam. NOTE: GoPro is not connected to the NUC yet.
How will I go about connecting all the peripherals on the Intel NUC10i7FNK1?
I am trying to avoid adapters, splitters and replicators by connecting everything directly to the NUC.
Thank you in advance for your recommendation/suggestion.
You want to input video from the GoPro? This will require a USB video capture card of some sort. Here are some examples of varying ability and cost:
There are *plenty* more available via Amazon.
I have never played with one, so I don't know enough about how it works. If the GoPro is acting as a webcam over USB, then no, a video capture card/device likely isn't necessary. If the GoPro can only output over HDMI, then yes, you need a capture card/device.