GIGABYTE is not one to be left out of the spotlight for long and released an entire array of new items and demonstrated some new innovations that were announced last year. There is a lot, so you may want to get a notepad ready.
The G1 series of motherboards gets some new additions to the family. At CES 2012, GIGABYTE showed off the G1.Sniper 3 and the G1.Sniper 3 M3. The first is an ATX form with dual LANs powered by Intel Gigabit and Killer Gaming NIC controllers. The M3 still have the core of a G1.Sniper, but in a Micro-ATX format for those small portable LAN party rigs out there. These two may be smaller in size (as per fan request), but still pack a full arsenal of weapons for your enemies.
GIGABYTE also showed off their 3D Power system for the forthcoming 7 series of motherboards. This system will allow futher micro-management of the entire power system of your board down to zones of use. This is all done in a pure digital PWN design. It should allow more precise control and monitoring of power being used by both the board and next generation of Intel LGA 1155 chips.
We are not done yet. This was a busy event for GIGABYTE. They also showed their new business solution in the form of the GIGABYTE B75M-D3H motherboard. This board has built in features you would need in a business environment such as remote installation, monitoring, backups and power management. This means these features, which are normally reserved for large business networks with servers, on a very small scale of just a handful of systems. A great idea for small business.
Finally we have the GIGABYTE GC-WIFI PCIe card. which is not a typical Wi-Fi card. This card has both Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and easy personal cloud creation via their new Cloudstation software. It is basically a home network via direct end to end connections. This makes your home network more secure and allows faster responses to remote software such as VLC remote or Splashtop. You could now easily control your desktop via your smart phone or transfer phones to a laptop from your desktop, via your tablet PC.
GIGABYTE was very busy at the end of 2011 it would seem. These products cover a vast number of market segments and bring a lot of new ideas to the table. This year is shaping up to be something special.