We got our first look at Intel's Braswell SoC architecture last month courtesy of Asrock's N3050B-ITX and N3700-ITX motherboards outfitted with the new dual-core 2.16GHz Celeron N3050 and quad-core 2.40GHz Pentium N3700 SoCs. While Intel's latest desktop SoCs didn't exactly wow us, we were impressed enough with the quality of Asrock's boards and now the company is back to show us a more complete Braswell package with its new 'Beebox' mini PC. The Beebox measures 0.6L and boasts a mere 4 watt TDP. This incredibly low power rating has allowed Asrock to create a tiny HTPC that is completely fanless. Under typical usage the entire system draws less than 10 watts. The company is heavily promoting the fact that its latest mini PC can support triple-monitors using three video outputs simultaneously including 4K from the DisplayPort. Interestingly, Asrock claims the Beebox can handle 4K video due to its unique dual-channel memory, a feature other Braswell mini PCs don't support. Read the compelte review.