Not particularly much to say about it, it does the basic job for signage, but if you're looking for 4k and multizone, you probably should look somewhere else.
(Note! While Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 will find most of the drivers via Windows update, you should still run the Intel Driver Update Utility to make sure you have the latest and greatest drivers. )
Pros: Small, affordable, well built. Much easier to assemble than previous NUC's which could be a real hassle to put together. Here you just slide in memory and harddrive and you're ready to go. VGA output if you need to replace some legacy players where screen and cabling is VGA.
Cons: The Quadcore N3700 based NUC is not that much more expensive, but much more powerful and handles 4k video, this does not in most cases. Performance only slightly better than the Intel Compute Stick, so not much reason to choose this one except for the VGA output.