Giada unveils the F210 fanless mini-PC

Giada unveils the F210 fanless mini-PC

The manufacturer of various mini PCs Giada has unveiled the new F210 fanless mini-PC. The F210 combines a small chassis with decent processing power and targets various enterprises that need computers with low power consumption for various less demanding tasks.

The Giada F210 is powered by an energy-efficient Intel Cherry Trail processor and offers 1 GB or 2 GB of RAM plus 8 GB or 32 GB of internal eMMC memory. The low power consumption of the F210 is hidden in the processor that contains the computer chipset and an Intel HD Graphics core inside. The computer measures just 116.6 x 107.2 x 30 mm, which makes it 30 times smaller than a regular desktop computer and thanks to the incredible energy efficiency the F210 comes with, the mini-PC does not require a cooling fan for the chassis or the processor. Looking to provide flexible video options, Giada has equipped the F210 with both VGA and HDMI ports so users will be able to use the computer with numerous TV sets and monitors. In addition to this the hardware of the F210 is situated inside an all-metal chassis that provides better protection against outside damage and electromagnetic interference (EMI) thus ensuring problem-free 24/7 operation. Moreover the all-metal chassis improves the heat dissipation efficiency and lowers the internal hardware temperature, which prolongs the life of the components inside. The F210 is ready to run Android or even Windows 10 so it is up to you which OS you want.

The F210 configuration with 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory and Wi-Fi (model number F210-BZ180) sells for USD 114, while the F210 model with 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (model number F210-BZ2F0) costs USD 136.

Source: Giada

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