Along with the launch of Intel's 5th Generation Core processor, codenamed Broadwell, Gigabyte announced a set of updated Brix and Brix s SFF systems using the new platform. The rest of the hardware remains mostly unchanged and the barebones "build your own" status is maintained. The "s" model supports a 2.5-in hard drive while the base models will support M.2 only.
Gigabyte plans Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 models based on Broadwell and the Core i7 model will include NFC capability on the top of the unit. Pricing and availability to come!
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So if the ‘s’ model allows
So if the ‘s’ model allows for a 2.5 hdd what does the others have in them for storage. m-sata drives?
Also, any word on a new Pro NUC?
Well, as Ryan says, this one
Well, as Ryan says, this one has SATA and M.2
So I imagine the non-s variants only have M.2