One of the key questions when AMD launched its latest Ryzen Mobile processor family, Renoir, was when the chip would be available in the Mini-PC space. At the time, AMD made motions saying that the key market they were focusing on was for laptops, but they wouldn’t preclude partners that were interested in building miniature systems. We’re starting to see a few of them trickle through into the market now, and GIGABYTE is also going down this route with its BRIX series. The new BRIX S Mini-PCs will be offered with up to a Ryzen 7 4800U, with Vega graphics, M.2 support, Wi-Fi 6, and 2.5 gigabit Ethernet The History GIGABYTE briefly toyed with AMD versions of its BRIX almost seven years ago now in 2013...
GIGABYTE Updates BRIX: Now with Haswell
Back at Computex in June, GIGABYTE gave us a quick glimpse at future updates to their BRIX, their small form factor NUC type replacement. Today we get the...26 by Ian Cutress on 9/7/2013
Computex 2013: Kabini in a BRIX, Haswell Too
Despite Computex not officially starting yet, I am spending most of today in the Gigabyte suite. Before my booth tour I took a quick look around and a...23 by Ian Cutress on 6/3/2013