Over the last couple of years, the ultra-compact form factor (UCFF) has emerged as one of the bright spots in the troubled PC market. Intel kickstarted the category with their Sandy Bridge NUC kits in early 2013. Recognizing the popularity of this segment, other vendors also began to promote similar products. GIGABYTE targets this market segment with an extensive lineup of products under the BRIX brand. We recently looked at the high-end Haswell BRIX, the GB-BXi7-4500. Today, we will take a look at the opposite end of the spectrum - the Bay Trail-D Celeron J1900-based GB-BXBT-1900. As a note, due to GIGABYTE's regional marketing policies, this model is currently not being sold in the North American market, but targets price conscious buyers everywhere else.

ECS' Newest EZ-Buddie: Ultimate Convergence

Computex Taipei, COMDEX Las Vegas and CES 2004 were all about convergence - pen drives that play MP3s, PC CD players that could capture FM radio, DVR...

1 by Kris Kubicki & Wesley Fink on 1/24/2004

Shuttle XPC ST61G4: Tiny Computer with Big Integrated Video

Shuttle has a Pentium 4 SFF based on the ATI IGP300 chipset. How does the ST61G4 integrated video stack up against competing P4 solutions? We also compare...

17 by Wesley Fink on 1/23/2004

Elite PC Titan FX: Setting New Standards in Gaming

Elite PC is producing a full-blown Athlon64 FX gaming system built around a Dual-Processor Socket 940 motherboard. Loaded with top-of-the-line components, we look at how the Titan FX...

50 by Wesley Fink on 11/30/2003

Dell Dimension XPS: Gaming with all the Trimmings

Dell introduces a new XPS system with every feature the gamer could imagine. We put it through the AnandTech evaluation and compared it to the best rigs we...

42 by Wesley Fink on 11/13/2003

AMS eCube EG65D: Decent Performance, but Many Issues

The AMS eCube EG65D certainly looks like a Small Form Factor computer loaded for performance. But how does it really compare to other SFF systems?

6 by Wesley Fink on 10/28/2003

IBM Think Center S50: The Ideal Corporate Small Form Factor

IBM’s latest Small Form Factor system for the Corporate desktop offers the easiest servicing you will likely see in a Corporate desktop – making end-user servicing a real option...

20 by Wesley Fink on 10/21/2003

Soltek Qbic EQ3401M: More Expansion & A New Standard in Quietness

Soltek’s latest Small Form Factor system offers more expansion and a larger Power Supply than other SFF. To our amazement, it is also the quietest SFF that we...

20 by Wesley Fink on 10/6/2003

Biostar iDEQ 200T: Great Performance & Brilliant Design

Biostar unveils another Small Form Factor system that asks, “Why do you need a huge desktop PC?” With all the latest Intel 865 features, it looks like a...

23 by Wesley Fink on 9/29/2003

Shuttle XPC SB65G2: Big Performance in This Small Package

The Small Form Factor has been evolving rapidly from cute and compromised to machines that can compete with any desktop computer on the market. We take a look...

43 by Wesley Fink on 9/9/2003

PCI Express: Interconnect of the future

The next significant change in computer architecture, PCI Express is set to replace PCI and take interconnect design into the next decade. We take a look at what...

3 by Andy Hui on 6/12/2003

Small Form Factor Pentium 4 PC Roundup - March 2003

Gone are the days when Shuttle was the only game in Small Form Factor town; read on as we pit Shuttle's brand new SFF PC against newcomers Jetway and...

5 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/11/2003

Windows XP Media Center Edition: Exposed

Microsoft's Windows XP Media Center Edition has been around for a couple of months now and we're finally able to bring you an in-depth review of the OS and...

9 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/8/2003

Shuttle’s SN41G2 & SK41G: Two Athlon Small Form Factor PCs

Shuttle extends their Small Form Factor XPC line with two Athlon XP solutions, including the long awaited nForce2 XPC.

1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/6/2003

Shuttle's SV24: Our smallest desktop PC

Shuttle's SV24 "cube" has garnered excellent reviews all over the web. While the company is generally known for their motherboards the SV24 proves that where engineering talent exists...

0 by Jeff Brubaker on 12/27/2001

Hardware Behind the Consoles - Part II: Nintendo's GameCube

Once again we're taking a look at the hardware behind the next-generation consoles. This time Nintendo's GameCube takes the stage as we break it down for you.

4 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 12/7/2001

Hardware Behind the Consoles - Part I: Microsoft's Xbox

While not usually our forté, there is some pretty serious hardware powering Microsoft's first videogame console; and where there is hardware, there is AnandTech. Read on to find...

1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/21/2001

Pogo Linux: 1GHz for under $1000

A little known company called Pogo Linux gave us the opportunity to review a sub-$1000 1GHz PC. The catch? It comes loaded with RedHat Linux 7.0. ...

1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/29/2001

3dfx Voodoo4 / Voodoo5 Comdex 99 Preview

3dfx made a huge revelation at this year's Fall Comdex, take a look at what they're planning next year's product line to be.

0 by Mike Andrawes on 11/19/1999

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