Gigabyte has announced four new BRIX mini PCs that are equipped with Intel’s Skylake processors as well as Thunderbolt 3 technology. Gigabyte’s four new BRIX mini PCs are called the GB-BSi5T-6200, GB-BSi5HT-6200, GB-BSi7T-6500, and the GB-BSi7HT-6500. According to Gigabyte, all four BRIX mini PCs are compatible with M.2 SSDs.
Interestingly, the name of all four BRIX mini PCs actually indicate their respective processors. For example, the GB-BSi5T-6200 comes with an Intel Core i5-6200U CPU, while the GB-BSi7T-6500 comes with the more powerful Core i7-6500U processor instead. Despite this, the integrated GPU inside all four BRIX mini PCs is the same: Intel HD Graphics 520.
According to Gigabyte, its BRIX mini PCs – coupled with Intel’s Thunderbolt 3 technology – is capable of bandwidth speeds of up to 40Gbps and is able to power a 4K display at 60fps. Aside from Thunderbolt 3, all four BRIX mini PCs are also fitted with a microphone and headphone jack along with an SD Card reader; four USB 3.0 ports; one HDMI 2.0 and mini DisplayPort port; and finally Ethernet and DC-In ports.
Unfortunately, Gigabyte hasn’t mentioned the price and availability of its newest BRIX mini PCs. Meanwhile, more information about Gigabyte BRIX mini PCs can be found here.