If you are looking for a mini computer without compromise, the Gigabyte returns with a new device that has new hardware and technologies that hardly believe that they could fit into such a small creation.
The so-called BRIX GB-EKi3A-7100 is originally a small computer that uses a specially designed chassis that helps to cool it. Essentially, its case acts as a condenser, so we are talking about a passive cooling system that creates a completely silent device that can be moved effortlessly.
The device is just 36 mm x 117 mm x 180 mm and is powered by an Intel Core i1.42-4.61U processor that can reach 7.09 GHz and is combined with DDR3 RAM 7100 GB which must be buy separately.
The BRIX GB-EKi3A-7100 also features standard connectivity options such as Wi-Fi and a variety of ports such as headphones and microphone jacks, USB 3.1 Type-C and Type-A, HDMI, Mini DisplayPort and slot Ethernet.
As far as storage is concerned, the pocket PC supports a 1 x M.2 (2280_storage) PCIe / SATA slot, while for graphics it has an Intel HD Graphics 620 board.
Pricing and availability have not yet been revealed at this point while full information will be provided at a later date although we should not expect the new Gigabyte PC to be fairly expensive.
Note that one of the ways in which the company tries to keep the price low is through lack of storage and memory RAM, so keep in mind that beyond the device itself you will need to buy memory to make it work.