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spuff
New Contributor II
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Nuc 10 Availability. NUC's are assembled in China. Are assembly plants still open and producing?

 
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AlHill
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This is a technical support forum. We do not have that information.

You may contact a reseller in your area for availability:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/find-a-reseller.html

 

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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While it is certainly true that the "break" for Chinese New Year is in progress and folks often travel home during this holiday, I do not believe that this will appreciably affect NUC availability. While I am not "in the know", I would think that the processor supply constraints would be having far more of an effect on availability than anything else. Regardless, there are (albeit smaller than desired) stocks going into the supply chains in all geographies. Unfortunately, Intel has no control over, nor knowledge of how, these stocks will move through the supply chains and thus cannot provide any insights (nor are they allowed to speculate) regarding when units will appear in any one storefront. As Al indicated, the only thing you can do is contact the reseller(s) in your area and ask them when they expect supplies.

 

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spuff
New Contributor II
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Thanks, Many plants are closing in China because of the virus. Also car plants in Korea.
DPers1
New Contributor III
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There are no known incidents of the corona virus infecting NUC's running windows or Linux ;o)

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