Giada debuts F200 fanless mini PC

Giada debuts F200 fanless mini PC

The maker of embedded motherboards, mini PCs and servers Giada Technology has announced the arrival of the F200 Thin Client Series mini PC. The new device measures just 4.6 x 4.2 x 1.2 inches and can easily be mounted on the back of monitors and Digital Signage displays.

The main feature of the F200 is that it consumes just 5 watts of electrical power while operating, which makes it a fanless PC. It also requires just 1/30 of the space required by a typical desktop computer. The computer is housed in a durable metallic chassis that provides resistance against shock and vibrations and has 2 GB of DDR3 memory as well as 8 GB/16 GB of eMMC memory soldered on the motherboard. There’s an mSATA slot for expansion too so you are covered when you need more storage space. In addition a SIM card slot allows 3G connectivity for pushing signage content over 3G and the F200 supports HDMI output with Direct X11 and Realtek High Definition Audio. The processor inside the F200 remains a mystery, though.

The new mini PC is available now for USD 110.

Source: Giada Technology

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