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Gigabyte Brix looks like a winner
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(2013-06-10, 10:59)nabberuk Wrote: http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/13515001...rcid=11270

For those in the UK. £284

Way too expensive for me. Although interesting to see what the Celeron price is.
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(2013-06-10, 11:53)asm495 Wrote:
(2013-06-10, 10:59)nabberuk Wrote: http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/13515001...rcid=11270

For those in the UK. £284

Way too expensive for me. Although interesting to see what the Celeron price is.

me too, i've gone for the intel NUC (847) as it will play everything i have. 2-3 years down the line i'll looking into the options again.

I wouldn't be suprised if we don't see a new celeron version. Doesnt seem to be on their site.
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#48
(2013-06-10, 08:25)colonelblighty Wrote: I'd have no intention of using the wifi for media duties when there's a nice gigabit LAN port to use, my point is its another added bonus over the nuc.

I'd rather it were cheaper and came without the wifi card, to be honest.
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(2013-06-10, 18:26)twelvebore Wrote:
(2013-06-10, 08:25)colonelblighty Wrote: I'd have no intention of using the wifi for media duties when there's a nice gigabit LAN port to use, my point is its another added bonus over the nuc.

I'd rather it were cheaper and came without the wifi card, to be honest.

Same here, but my comment was made before the price has been shown to be £40 more than the intel i3 nuc, I was expecting a similar price not nearly 20% more
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(2013-06-10, 18:26)twelvebore Wrote:
(2013-06-10, 08:25)colonelblighty Wrote: I'd have no intention of using the wifi for media duties when there's a nice gigabit LAN port to use, my point is its another added bonus over the nuc.

I'd rather it were cheaper and came without the wifi card, to be honest.

You got the point.

colonelblighty Wrote:...I was expecting a similar price not nearly 20% more.

On newegg the price its almost the same, only 10 dollars of diference, but the Brix has USB 3.0 and looks better... just waiting for the reviews to buy one...
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#51
(2013-06-11, 05:03)lukasnmd Wrote: On newegg the price its almost the same, only 10 dollars of diference, but the Brix has USB 3.0 and looks better... just waiting for the reviews to buy one...

Not much good to us in the U.K. Though :-( though as pixmania are the only retailer listing at the moment and are a E.U. Based retailer once it appears elsewhere we may see some better pricing I'm not holding my breath though.
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#52
Prices starting to appear in the UK now - http://www.cclonline.com/product/112450/...U/BRB0130/
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#53
Wow, thats expensive. Was hoping it will be in NUC price range, ~ 150€
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#54
It also specs the wrong celeron as isn't the brix supposed to be the 1037U. I see its popping up in too Europe though out of stock and not much difference in price.

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#55
just ordered the i3 version ($288 USD), w./ 2 x 2gb ram ($36 USD) and 60g ssd ($64 USD).

i"ll update once i get it and have it all setup.
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#56
(2013-06-22, 21:43)pershoot Wrote: just ordered the i3 version ($288 USD), w./ 2 x 2gb ram ($36 USD) and 60g ssd ($64 USD).

i"ll update once i get it and have it all setup.

That's good to hear, I was considering the celeron version but I've settled on the i3 and I'm going to treat myself for my birthday next month.
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#57
Caved in earlier this week and ordered the i3 version for £224.50 from ebuyer, got a plextor 64gb msata ssd so from ebuyer for £62 and finally 8gb corsair vengeance ram for £36 from Amazon. I know the ram is overkill for what I want but it was only £6 more than 4gb.

All I need now is a chance to get it up and running.
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#58
why would someone get this over the zotac id83? which comes with : 1 x Media Remote w/ USB IR receiver
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#59
(2013-06-30, 02:54)mrpeterparker Wrote: why would someone get this over the zotac id83? which comes with : 1 x Media Remote w/ USB IR receiver

Presumably for the same reason people have been buying the Intel nuc. For me it was the form factor as the thing is tiny. I've started setting mine up and it flies. Just need to set up with my amp and alls good to go.
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(2013-06-30, 02:54)mrpeterparker Wrote: why would someone get this over the zotac id83? which comes with : 1 x Media Remote w/ USB IR receiver

Because i'm using a universal remote anyways, usb IR receivers don't bother me, and my experience with zotac hardware reliability has been the worst of any manufacturer in over 15 years of being in IT.
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