Monday, September 20, 2010

Giada touts Ion-based ultra-mini PC

Giada Technology is showcasing its Ion-based, ultra-mini PC at Nvidia’s GPU Conference in San Jose, California.
The N20 - which is capable of smoothly processing rich media content (1080p) - boasts embedded Adobe Flash, H.264 and a Blu-ray hardware decoder based on Nvidia’s GT218 graphics with 512MB dedicated graphics memory.
The compact, $450 system also features an Intel dual-core Atom processor (D510), 2GB Memory (expandable up to 4), 320GB HD, 11n/g WiFi, eSATA, media card reader, HDMI/VGA dual display and Windows 7 Home Premium. 
Giada touts Ion-based ultra mini PCAdditional specs include:
  • Remote control - powers the unit on or off independently of the OS.
  • Gigabit Ethernet.
  • Digital Optical SPDIF-out 5.1 Audio.
  • USB 2.0/E-SATA combo port.
  • Front and back I/O.
  • 23.24mm thick.
  • 160 x 175 x 23mm.
  • Available colors - white or black.

1 comment:

  1. Doesn't this remind you of those E-machines back in the days?