Summary: Small, quiet and the I3 Processor makes it quite zippy. With a wireless keyboard this makes a great HTPC that connects to a network or external storage. Built with 4GB of Ram and a small 32GB mSATA SSD running Windows 8. Would highly recommend. The quality of the unit is what one would expect from Intel. HD video works great. Price is reasonable.
Pros: Small, fast, and quiet. Loaded it up with 8GB of DDR3 1600(1.35 volt, low power memory) an Intel 525 SSD and Windows 7 Pro x64. It's currently mounted out of sight behind a TV, serving as a conference room PC. The other three conference rooms have mATX towers hidden away in cabinets, so the NUC is a far better fit.
Cons: Does not include the power cord! It requires a power cable with the C5/C6 connectors on it, which is the "cloverleaf" style connector found on laptop power adapters. Newegg has them for $5 or less, but it would have been nice to know that before the NUC showed up at the door.