Intel has enjoyed great success with their NUC lineup of ultra-compact form factor (UCFF) PCs. They have segmented the NUCs into three markets - the entry-level, mid-range, and enthusiast. The enthusiast segment is served by H series processors and the mid-range by the U series processors with the Core architecture. The entry level is served by Atom-class SoCs. Intel launched the Apollo Lake SoCs with the Goldmont CPU architecture in the second half of 2016. The NUC model employing one of the Apollo Lake SoCs was given the Arches Canyon codename. Two SKUs were introduced - a barebones version (the NUC6CAYH), and a ready-out-of-the-box one (the NUC6CAYS). Read on to find out how the NUC6CAYH fares in our evaluation metrics.
Launch of Intel’s Apollo Lake NUCs Gets Closer as Intel Lists Them on Web Site
Intel has quietly published detailed specifications of miniature NUC systems based on the Apollo Lake platform on its web site. As revealed earlier this year, Intel offers two systems...28 by Anton Shilov on 12/12/2016
Intel Readies New NUCs Based on Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake SoCs
As one might expect, Intel is working on a new generation of its NUC small-form-factor systems based on the company’s upcoming Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake microprocessors. The writers...39 by Anton Shilov on 7/15/2016