Giada nettops

Giada is updating its line of mini-desktop PCs with a handful of new models with the latest Intel processors. The Gigada 135G, for instance, has an Intel Atom Cedar Trail processor, but packs a bit more graphics power than you’d typically get from an Atom-based system thanks to NVIDIA GF119 graphics.

The 135G also has an mSATA solid state disk. The whole system uses less than 30 watts of power, and should be able to handle light-weight home theater PC or even gaming duties.

If you’re looking for something a bit more powerful, the Giada 151 features a second generation Intel Core series processor with GMA 3000 HD graphics.

Both mini-desktops use just 30W of power.

Unfortunately, while I’ve been seeing Giada’s super-small desktop computers at trade shows for the last few years, I have yet to see one actually go on sale in the US most of the company’s nettops fail to make it to the US.

thanks for the update Hdlbob!

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2 replies on “Giada adds Cedar Trail, Sandy Bridge nettops to its lineup”

    1. You know, I had a feeling that I might be wrong, but I was too lazy (or crazy busy with CES coverage) to fact check. Thanks for keeping me on my toes!

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