The whole idea behind Gigabyte’s BRIX ultra compact PC kit’s are to give you a functional PC with an extremely small form factor. This makes them perfect for a media or internet machine. Their small size means you can put them pretty much anywhere as well. While the BRIX systems have been out for a while the BRIX projector is a newer product that takes a BRIX ultra compact PC Kit and adds a micro-projector for a complete and very cool setup. It is actually quite impressive that Gigabyte has been able to fit a projector right on top of the BRIX, making it not much larger than the normal version. The Gigabyte BRIX Projector that we are taking a look at today is powered by the Intel i3-4010U 1.7GHz processor and Intel HD 4400 graphics. Being that this is a “PC Kit” you will need to install your own DDR3L memory and mSATA drive. Let’s take a look!
The BRIX Projector comes in a box that is not much larger than the unit itself. On the front there is a photo of the unit in action and it does let us know that the wireless module is included.
On the back of box it goes into detail on all of the ports and connections as well as gives you some information on the projector.
Getting everything out of the box we have the BRIX Projector system, mini-tripod, mini HDMI to HDMI cable, power adapter, quick start guide and utilities and driver CD.
For a full unboxing and overview of the BRIX Projector be sure to check out the video below.