Giada is a new company here to us at ThinkComputers. They mainly specialize in Mini PC’s. Mini PC’s have been around for quite a while and became really popular with Intel’s Atom platform. While the Atom platform allowed for a very small, compact system those systems were not all that powerful. Giada’s latest mini PC the D2305 is set to be a very powerful unit being powered by Intel Ivy Bridge processors and Nvidia graphics. Read on as we take a first look at this very powerful unit.
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Provided By: Giada
Information: In parallel with the Intel® announcements of the latest 22nm processors, the third generation Intel® Core™ i7 and i5, has been a wave of board and system announcements for products that are targeted at wide applications.
Powerful Entertainment center
Carried with the powerful Intel® CPU and newest NVIDIA® GT640 GPU, which is well-known of its outstanding graphics performance, as well as supporting full HD 1080P playback and Direct X 11 3D graphics support. D2305 enables you immerse in a qualified game and movie phenomenon.
Giada’s D2305 includes 4GB of DDR3 memory upgradeable up to 8GB. Ports include a 4-in-1 card reader (SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO), a DVI, HDMI, eSATA, S/PDIF, 2x USB 2.0 and 3x USB 3.0. Two mini PCIe expansion slots support mSATA to take advantage of Intel SRT technology. And Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is available in D2305. For great connectivity, this high-end D2305 model has Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, and Bluetooth.
The third generation Intel® Core™ processors provides more than enough computing power for all your needs, but this low energy consuming mini PC runs on just 90W. One fan keeps Giada’s D2305 mini PC at the optimal operating temperatures while staying quiet.
• Powered by 3rd Generation Intel® CoreTM i7/i5 processor (optional)
• NVIDIA® GT640 Graphics
• Intel mSATA SSD (optional)
• Slot-in Type Drive (Blu-ray / DVD Option)
• Support USB 3.0
• Support TPM (optional)
• Support Full HD 1080P
• Support DX11 3D game
• Low-carbon Life: 90W power consumption
Nov 25, 2015 0