[CES 2014] Being a hotbed for technology, CES is an event where plenty of action goes on each day as various companies try to vie for the attention of the attendees when it comes to the different hardware and concepts on display. Gigabyte is no different, as this company that churns out motherboards, graphics cards and PC systems have just announced the next generation Gigabyte BRIX Pro, where it happens to come in the form of a compact DIY PC kit that will feature professional CPU performance as well as visually stunning graphics support. For instance, you will be able to find an Intel i7 Core 4770R processor underneath the hood that features the Intel Iris Pro graphics 5200 chipset.
The Gigabyte BRIX Pro just goes to show that size does not really matter in this particular case, where it boasts of the signature compact design philosophy of the Gigabyte BRIX series. Apart from doing plenty of hard hitting work on this puppy, the BRIX Pro will also be a decent performer when it comes to 3D gaming needs. Available in both black and red colors, it will ship with a Wi-Fi Mini PCIe module pre-installed, in addition to a power adapter and cable. You will be able to enjoy mSATA SSD and standard 2.5” SSD installation depending on your needs, and other connectivity options include Mini DisplayPort and HDMI ports on the rear panel, as well as support for the latest 4K displays via HDMI. [Press Release]
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