Giada launches i80 mini PC

Giada launches i80 mini PC

Giada, the maker of mini PCs, has announced the successful release of the new i80 mini PC. The main feature of the i80 is that it comes with the latest low-power Intel Skylake processors. Depending on the chosen configuration, you can have the i80 with an Intel Core i3-6100U processor (2.3 GHz) or Intel Core i5-6200U (2.3 GHz to 2.8 GHz).

The device comes with two SO-DIMM DDR3L memory slots for up to 16 GB of DDR3-1600 memory, a mSATA port and a regular 2.5-inch bay with 7.5 mm of thickness for SSDs or hard drives. The i80 measures 116.6 x 111 x 47.1 mm (L x H x W). Despite its small dimensions in the back the computer has an RJ-45 port, a mini PCI-E port, Realtek ALC662 sound and Intel HD 520 graphics.

The new Giada i80 mini-PC supports Windows 7 or newer. There are no pricing details as of now.

Source: Giada

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