Giada launches new line of mini-desktops with range of Intel, AMD chips
Giada has introduced three new mini-desktop computers that look more like optical disk drives than full-fledged computers. The company is no stranger to the nettop space, having brought a number of mini-desktops with low power Intel Atom chips to market over the past few years. But recently Giada has been branching out with mini-desktops that pack a little more punch.
The new models include:
- Giada A50 with an AMD E-350 or E-240 fusion chip, Radeon HD 6310 graphics, Windows 7 Home Premium
- Giada i50 with an Intel Core i3-330UM or Core i5-430UM CPU, GMA HD graphics, and Windows 7 Home Premium
- Giada N50 with Intel Atom D525 and NVIDIA ION graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium
All three computers have 2.5 inch hard drive bays, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 1 USB 3.0 port, Ethernet, VGA and HDMI jacks and a flash card reader as well as audio out, mic-in, and SPDIF out ports. The PCs measure 7.5″ x 5.9″ x 1″ and will come in black or white. They each use 35W or less of power.
There’s no word on pricing or availability.
via Netbook News