CES 2014 is in full swing with many many mind-blowing announcements and concepts. Among many other innovations, there are the Steam Machines and several manufacturers are advertising there gadgets for the operating system from Valve. One is the Gigabyte, which brought the BRIX Pro, a compact computer, but very powerful. The machine is powered by an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 fourth generation processor and Iris Pro 5200 graphics accelerator, and it has 64 MB of eDRAM memory integrated on the chip to ensure maximum performance in games as well as to allow playback of images with 4K resolution. The total system memory is 8 GB and standard storage is 1 TB.
The machine is customizable, ie, although remarkably compact, it accepts the addition of memory cards and mSATA SSD.
Gigabyte has not yet revealed when the equipment will be available in the market but it is possible that this date does not exceed half of the year. The price was also not unveiled.