Gigabyte has a new DIY PC kit at CES.
Gigabyte today launched the BRIX Pro featuring Intel's Iris Pro graphics. We first heard about this model of BRIX back in September, at IDF San Francisco. Gigabyte had three models of BRIX at IDF including one that was rumored to have Iris Pro graphics and possibly the Core i7-4770R.
Gigabyte today made things official, announcing the BRIX Pro with the aforementioned Intel Core i7-4770R and Iris Pro graphics 5200. Users will actually have a choice between the Core i7-4770R or Core i5-4570R, and the BRIX Pro will ship with a WiFi Mini PCIe module pre-installed as well as a power adapter and cable.
Under the hood, you're looking at two SO-DIMM DD3L slots, support for mSATA SSD and standard 2.5-inch SSD installation, as well as Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, 4x USB 3.0 (two in the front, two in the back), Gigabit Ethernet, and Bluetooth 4.0.
The whole package measures 62 x 114.4 x 111.4 mm. No word on price or release date just yet, but we'll keep you posted. Stay tuned for hands on impressions!