Intel has loved nice success with their NUC lineup of ultra-compact type issue (UCFF) PCs. They’ve segmented the NUCs into three markets – the entry-level, mid-range, and fanatic. The fanatic phase is served by H collection processors and the mid-range by the U collection processors with the Core structure. The entry degree is served by Atom-class SoCs. Intel launched the Apollo Lake SoCs with the Goldmont CPU structure within the second half of 2016. The NUC mannequin using one of many Apollo Lake SoCs was given the Arches Canyon codename. Two SKUs had been launched – a barebones model (the NUC6CAYH), and a ready-out-of-the-box one (the NUC6CAYS). Learn on to learn the way the NUC6CAYH fares in our analysis metrics.

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