At Computex 2013 this week Gigabyte has officially launched their new Gigabyte Brix mini PC which can be equipped with a choice of processor including the 1007U Intel Celeron, Core i3-3227U, Core i5-3337U, and Core i7-3537U.
The Gigabyte Brix measures just 29.9 x 107.6 x 114.4 mm in size and is fitted with two SO-DIMM slots allowing it to accommodate up to a maximum of 16GB memory type DDR3.
Other features of the Gigabyte Brix include HDMI, mini DisplayPort, WiFi, and 2 x USB 3.0 ports, together with ability to accommodate solid state disks (SSD) that are 2.5 inches in size.
The Gigabyte’s Brix has been designed to offer users an ultra-compact HTPC (Home Theater Personal Computer) and provide competition to the well established Zotac range of mini PCs.
In the future Gigabyte hopes to offer Haswell powered systems as an option for the new range, but as yet no information on pricing has been released for the Gigabyte Brix range.
Source: MiniMachines : RachMadFiled Under: Hardware, Technology News, Top News