Giada’s been offering small form-factor desktops for a few years, often with low-power Intel Atom processors. One of the company’s newest models packs a bit more punch, thanks to an Intel Core i5-4200U haswell processor. But the Giada F300 still smaller than many hardcover books — and it should be virtually silent since it uses passive cooling instead of noisy fans.
The company also has a Giada F310 model featuring an Intel Celeron J1850 Bay Trail Processor.
Both models feature heat-sinks built into the case to help dissipate heat without fans. They also feature integrated Intel HD graphics, 2.5″ drive bays and mSATA ports for storage a few USB ports, Ethernet jacks, and VGA or DVI ports, depending on the model.
The computers measure about 10.2″ x 6.9″ x 1.4″.
It looks like both the Giada F300 and F310 will be sold as barebones systems, which means you’ll have to supply your own memory, storage, and operating system.