Yes I saw that and thought the same thing, but when I removed the SSD to try and boot from a thunbdrive I get the same result. It will not even POST. Shouldn't it boot with no SSD? When I try the thumbdrive LED flashes once and nothing else happens. No bios screen, etc. If I hold the button down the thumbdrive LED flashes on and off for as long as I hold the buttion. I have tried clearing the CMOS and taking the BIOS jumper off to get a BIOS recovery upgrade from a thumbdrive but nothing gets me to POST.
It sounds like you do have a defective unit that needs to be replaced. The quickest way to get a replacement
would be through your place of purchase. If that is not possible, you can send an email to Intel Customer
Support (http://www.intel.com/support/mailform/desktop/nuc/emailsupport.htm) for further assistance.
When requesting warranty replacement, you will need to include the following information:
Serial number and SA Number (found on a barcode label on the bottom of the chassis)
Please also reference this community thread for the warranty agent to review.