Gigabyte Brix GB-BXBT-3825 Barebones Ultra Compact PC Kit - Voucher applied at checkout - Amazon.co.uk £64.99
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Gigabyte Brix GB-BXBT-3825 Barebones Ultra Compact PC Kit - Voucher applied at checkout - Amazon.co.uk £64.99

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Found 25th Apr 2016
Gigabyte Brix GB-BXBT-3825 Barebones Ultra Compact PC Kit

Style Name:GB-BXBT-3825 | Size Name:Barebones
Product Description

A Fast to Deploy Internet Gateway Solution The GB-BXBT-3825 is an ideal gateway solution for the growing IoT (Internet of Things) market trend allowing users to quickly deploy a solution in this kind of application scenario. The GB-BXBT-3825 is powered by an Intel Atom E3825 dual-core processor and is mainly designed for industrial applications in, where it can serve as a data aggregation, filter and sharing hub between data generating devices and data analysis ones. It also ensures that all the generated data can safely travel back and forth the ends of a network topology without having to replace existing infrastructure. For local data acquisition, the GB-BXBT-3825 offers a broad range of industrial interfaces such as: • 1 x GbE LAN port • 1 x USB 3.0 port + 2 x USB 2.0 ports • 1 x HDMI-Out • 1 x VGA-Out • Pre-built 8021.11b/ g/ n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 combo card Finally, all these features come in a maintenance-free design and an extremely compact footprint of only 56 mm x 107 mm x 114 mm (H x W x D). This solution is your ideal choice to build secured and high performing intelligent connected systems in the shortest amount of time.

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alu355

Really slow … Really slow CPUhttp://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Atom+E3825+%40+1.33GHz



​yep, that's pretty slow going....will be OK for some applications but can't see it being nice to use as a desktop or media PC.
£15 more for an Acer with better cpu bundled with 2gb ram and 32gb ssd too:
hotukdeals.com/dea…748
I would say it was uselessly slow rather than pretty slow. I don't know why they even bothered with this, granted someone will find it useful but as stated above you can do a lot better with the Acer for only £15 more.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 25th Apr 2016
Echoing the sentiments of those above, an Atom processor in 2016 is equivalent to buying a 100cc car, it's going to get you nowhere. Not voting though because this is still a deal... probably someone might have some low-power use for it.
I do not understand wtf the spiel is saying.
I got one of these for my uncle. Only to be used for basic things like internet browsing and watching movies from a external HDD. Does the job very well. Windows 10 installed on it and also Kodi which runs fine. For basic things like I just mentioned this is very good.
With respect, it's hard to find something that this can do that can't be done better by something else cheaper and better. Looks like a dated, niche product.
horses for courses. if you have extra hardware laying around to dump in this it will be good for someone. Everyone's miles vary, some are after top-spec others are happy with a low power unit.
thekanester

With respect, it's hard to find something that this can do that can't be … With respect, it's hard to find something that this can do that can't be done better by something else cheaper and better. Looks like a dated, niche product.



Such as?
The J1900 version is around the same price.
£1.80 cheaper than when I posted it 3 weeks ago and still getting a frosty reception

Definitely a poor cpu.
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Such as?



Pretty much any Bay Trail mini PC will outperform this by 100% in threaded tasks. And as others have pointed out, other products in the Brix products with low-end Celerons or Jxxx0 SOCs will be even more performant for very little extra money. What this has going for it is expandability in the drive bays and RAM slots that other Bay Trail mini PCs might not offer. I'd be genuinely keen to learn of any application where you think this would shine above the burgeoning competition.

Edit: with a wee bit more reading, the TDP of 6W is quite interesting. If you want an always-on device with consumption around that of a raspberry pi then I guess that I can see the point of this.
Edited by: "Blurigard" 26th Apr 2016
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2

Post there says about the acer revo its a 32gb emmc not ssd drive ?
Edited by: "mackem1966" 26th Apr 2016
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