Gigabyte announced its latest Mini-ITX motherboards supporting 3rd generation Intel Core processors. The GIGABYTE Z77N-WIFI and GIGABYTE H77N-WIFI integrate a wealth of connectivity features that include Intel Wireless Display 2.0, Dual HDMI and Dual Gigabit LAN, making them the outstanding choice for any home theater, digital entertainment system or portable gaming rig.
“The philosophy behind these Mini-ITX boards is to simply create the most connected and digitally savvy board possible,” commented Tim Handley, Deputy Director of Motherboard Marketing at GIGABYTE. “By debuting Intel Wireless Display side by side with Dual HDMI and LAN, we’re really setting a new benchmark for flexible, highly connected, yet compact system building.”
GIGABYTE Z77N-WIFI and H77N-WIFI Motherboards Measuring just 17cmby 17cm, GIGABYTE Z77N-WIFI and H77N-WIFI Mini-ITX form factor motherboards combine a range of connectivity options that include Dual HDMI ports and Dual Gigabit LAN, plus an onboard WiFi/Bluetooth 4.0 module that also supports the new and innovative Intel Wireless Display 2.0 technology.
Bluetooth 4.0 supporting Bluetooth Low Energy (BLI) devices
Intel Wireless Display 2.0
Dual Gigabit LAN (inc. Teaming Support)
Dual HDMI 1.4 ports
Intel Wireless Display 2.0 Intel WiDi is a new technology that allows users to wirelessly share content being displayed on your PC monitor with a compatible display or HDTV. This not only removes the necessity of using untidy cables, but also allows you to easily display your videos and movies on a screen in another room.
Intel Wireless Display 2.0 technology supports display resolutions of up 1080p which means you don’t have to compromise on image quality, while HDCP 2.0 and 5.1 surround sound ensure excellent audio.
A Compact Gaming PC GIGABYTE 7 series Mini-ITX motherboards are also the perfect platform for building your own portable gaming PC. With an Intel i7 Core processor and Intel HD4000 graphics or even a discrete graphics card, DIY builders will be impressed with how much raw gaming performance you squeeze into a Mini-ITX chassis. Consider the Z77N-WiFi the ideal start for your next LAN Party rig.
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