Jeff Kampman over at TheTechReport has published an awesome review of the new Hades Canyon NUC and it's Kaby-Lake G processor. He put Intel's new tiny PC through its paces in a pile of synthetic benchmarks and games to see what the i7-8809G with its integrated Radeon RX Vega M graphics can really do. To saw that performance is impressive is an understatement when you consider its diminutive size and the fact that the i7-8809G only has a 100w package power rating. It's a shame we won't see gaming laptops from some manufacturers using Kaby-Lake G thanks to the GPP. All told, Hades Canyon nails everything we want in a tiny gaming PC and then some. Now that Intel has competent gaming hardware to play with, the company will need to back it up with the day-one driver support gamers expect from AMD and Nvidia. Given that AMD's driver team is providing support to Intel behind the scenes, the blue team shouldn't have a major challenge keeping up, but we won't know for certain until some time passes. For the moment, I'm not aware of anything else quite as small or fast or quiet as the NUC8i7HVK, and Intel's fine execution on all of those points make this system an easy TR Editor's Choice.