Computex 2016 - GIGABYTE has unveiled its new BRIX Gaming UHD mini-PC that's designed for 1080p gaming and running applications in 4K UHD.
GIGABYTE's new BRIX Gaming UHD ultra-compact mini-PC sports a discrete NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 video card along with an Intel Core i7 Skylake-U processor to enable easy 1080p gaming across four displays, as well as applications in 4K UHD.
Users can slot in two DDR4 2133MHz SO-DIMM RAM sticks for high-performance speeds, and there's room for two 2.5" HDD/SSD's at 7 and 9.5 mm thickness via two 6Gbs SATA 3 slots. Ontop of those storage options, two M.2 SSD's can be equipped for high-speed storage.
The mini-PC also rocks a sizable array of USB ports for peripheral attachments, including two USB 3.1 slots (one of which is a USB Type-C), three USB 3.0 slots, three Mini Display-Port slots, and a single HDMI 2.0 slot. Headphone and microphone jacks are included as well.
No pricing or release info has been announced so far.
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