Gigabyte BRIX Projector Review

BRIX Projector -4 The Gigabyte BRIX projector is based of the  Intel NUC, but with the company’s little extra added to it. The BRIX Projector from GIGABYTE is a simple and elegantly integrated device that combines a full high-performance PC with a mini projector that can be deployed in almost any situation. Despite having an integrated projector, the device retains its ultra compact and portable form factor, making it one of the most versatile PC devices on the market

The Brix Projector comes with a mounted projector at 720×480 resolution, which isn’t great but works well in a pinch and is surprisingly sharp. In terms of on board specs, the system has an embedded Intel Core i3 is great, a pre-installed wireless card, 4 USB 3.0 port, Display port, HDMI-out and HDMI-in. The two thing you need to add into the system like every other NUC; an mSATA SSD and ram ( max 16GB low freq 1.35v)

Setting the BRix Projector is easy and simple, but its the performance with the projector, that this truly shines. Making it an easy to use mount and service for a computing unit, Its got great size, plus with great pricing at $484 on newegg. the Gigabyte Brix Project provides  a pretty cost-effective and highly functional PC option that fits on the palm of your hand.

Key Features

  • Ultra compact mini PC / micro-projector solution at 0.6L
  • Supports latest generation Intel® 4th generation Core™ i3 4010U
  • Aluminum chassis for optimal thermal properties
  • DLP technology that supports WVGA and brightness at 75 lm
  • Supports dual display for high productivity environments
  • Supports mini PCIe x1 and mSATA expansion slots