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The Intel NUC6i7KYK is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Intel NUC6i7KYK price in Hong Kong is HK$ 3,325.51 from Amazon. Intel NUC6i7KYK price details are updated January 2021.

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Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 3,325.51 HK$ 3,326.00
Malaysia MYR 1,735.09 HK$ 3,326.00
Philippines PHP 20,609.35 HK$ 3,326.00
Singapore SGD 722.99 HK$ 4,222.00

Intel NUC6i7KYK Specs

Processor Type Intel Core i7
Operating System Windows 10
Bit Architecture 64bit
Processor Clock Speed 2.6GHz
Processor Manufacturer Intel
Number of Processing Cores 4
Graphics Chipset Intel
Graphics Memory 65536MB
Memory Type DDR4
Maximum Memory Expansion 32GB
Memory Slots 2
Memory Clock Speed 2133MHz
Hard Drive Type SSD
Hard Drive Speed 4200RPM
Number of Installed Hard Drives 2
Power Supply 120W
Colour Black
Weight 1.5kg
Dimensions (W x H x D) 210 x 116 x 27.9mm
Optical Drive
Optical Drives Type No
Read Write No
Connector Ports
Headphone/Mic Yes
USB 2.0 4
USB Type-C No
USB 3.0 2
Input Device
Monitor Yes
Mouse Yes
Keyboard Yes

Reviews of Intel NUC6i7KYK
Reviewed on 2016-12-29
I've managed to get my hands on an Intel NUC6i7KYK "Skull Canyon" NUC featuring the Core i7 6770HQ Skylake CPU with Iris Pro Graphics 580. When paired with 32GB of RAM and a Samsung 950 PRO 500GB NVMe SSD, it makes for a very speedy, small form factor Lin...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-09
What if you could have a desktop that easily slips into a messenger bag or purse? That's what Intel has been aiming for with its Next Unit of Computing (NUC) devices. Yes, it's a terrible name, but Intel's goal is admirable: to deliver powerful machines t...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-11
Quadcore i76770HQ delivers snappy productivity performance in a 0.68L package. Solid connectivity options including Thunderbolt 3.0.
Integrated graphics still only good for casual gaming and external GPUs will be limited to PCIe 3.0 x4 bandwidth. Pricier, hotter and louder than rival units.
As much as we love our powerful gaming PCs at TechSpot, we also appreciate the little things, such as the recently reviewed MSI Cubi 2 Plus or Asrock DeskMini 110. Both of these systems have a small footprint, adhering to Intel's mini-STX standard and boa...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-14
easy access to 2x SODIMM slots and 2x M.2 slots, plenty of ports; USB Type-C + Thunderbolt, very fast CPU performance, NVMe or RAID options, small and compact, good build quality, DDR4 RAM, IR sensor
very high core temperature when gaming or under extreme loads, not powerful enough for a dedicated gaming machine, loud fan noise when gaming, no internal 2.5-inch support
Gaming on integrated graphics. Can the powerful Intel Iris Graphics 580 replace a mainstream Nvidia GPU for gaming? We pit the NUC against systems with integrated and dedicated graphics solutions to find out...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-26
Can perform content-creation tasks in a reasonable amount of time, Iris Pro Graphics 580 makes it possible to play fairly recent games at 1080p, Fairly quiet when idling, and tolerable under load, Comes equipped with a large spread of high-end hardware...
Plastic-heavy design feels less sturdy than older NUCs
Intel's latest Next Unit of Computing (NUC) mini-PC shares just two traits with its dual-core, square-brick siblings: It follows the same unpronounceable naming structure, and it's an ultra-compact PC that can do real work.Outside of that, the NUC6i7KYK f...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-25
Nice, fast quad-core CPU and impressive integrated GPU, Not as small as a regular NUC, but will still fit just about anywhere, Two PCI Express and SATA-compatible M.2 slots provide for more fast storage (or RAID arrays), Different performance modes let yo...
Fan gets loud under load
Andrew CunninghamIntel's quad-core "Skull Canyon" NUC.Andrew CunninghamIntel's quad-core "Skull Canyon" NUC.Compared to the regular Skylake NUC, Skull Canyon is a little shorter and a lot longer.Andrew CunninghamThe port layout is similar, but Skull Canyo...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-25
Small But Mighty Performance, Stylish And Cool Skull Design Cues, Quiet, Lower Power, Decent 1080p Gaming At Medium Quality
Pricey, HQ Game Settings Not Quite Attainable At 1080p For Many Titles
Intel's successful line of NUC (Next Unit of Computing) mini PCs have done well for the company, for various use cases where an ultra-small form factor computer might come in handy. In areas where a PC either needs to stay out of sight, blend in with its...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-23
The desktop computing market as a whole has been subject to severe challenges over the last few years. The ultra-compact form-factor (UCFF) PC market that emerged with the introduction of the Intel NUCs (Next Unit of Computing) has been one of the few bri...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-23
Cool-looking portable desig, Freedom to add your own RA, storage and O, Strong CPU performanc, Can power multiple 4K displays
Poor gaming performanc, Pricey with necessary part, Not for casual users
The $650 Intel NUC6i7KYK (or Skull Canyon) is quite the confusing product. Its marketing materials and skull-laden design would have you believe it's a miniature gaming PC, but in reality, it's a portable workstation that can muster a handful of big PC ga...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-23
If you are a big fan of the Intel NUC mini-PC series, but didn't think they had enough power for your needs, we have a special treat for you. We've spent the past week playing around with the Intel NUC code named ‘Skull Canyon' that features the latest 6t...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
During our meeting with Intel at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Intel showed off a secret prototype codenamed "Skull Canyon". Skull Canyon was designed to redefine what we consider a "Next Unit of Computing" (NUC); it was designed to change the game. Changing the...
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