Gigabyte has announced the launch of its latest 2022 BRIX Extreme mini-PC series which comes with support for the new 12th Gen Intel Core Mobile Processors. The 2022 BRIX Extreme framework incorporates four display outputs that include HDMI 2.1, USB4, 2.5G Ethernet, and the latest WiFi 6E configuration.
The new computer has two versions including a tall version and a slim version. The tall version allows for additional storage capacity that enables users to install a 2.5" SSD/HDD. In addition, the latest upgrade kit comes with an I/O expander to incorporate a second LAN connection, a RS232 communication port, and a M.2 2280 slot. It also supports full 8K media support through the HDMI 2.1 port.
Moreover, it features an integrated TPM module and can offer hardware-level security and system safety by avoiding data leaks from decryption. The company's BRIX Extreme with a 12th Gen Intel Core Mobile processor delivers a 10 percent improvement on graphics performance compared to the previous generation, boosted by the new Intel Iris graphics core. Furthermore, it natively supports four 4K/60P display outputs via 2 x HDMI, 1 x USB-C DisplayPort, and 1 x mini-DP.
For optimal image quality, BRIX offers up to 8K resolution for your display, with the latest HDMI 2.1 standards. Commenting on its sound level, the company mentioned that, "when testing in the GIGABYTE Sound Lab, this all new 2022 BRIX ran at an almost undetectable sound level below 20dB, and that low noise level is maintained even when running heavy workloads where the sound level is still under 30dB. Moreover, when bleeding edge performance is needed, the 12th Gen Intel® Core™ Mobile processor enables boost mode with a TDP up to 45W, and still the noise level tops out at 35dB."
The BRIX Extreme mini-PC will be available in Q2 2022. For more information, head over to the dedicated webpage here.