Ever since the Intel Compute stick got popular, the size of computers have been steadily shrinking. The new Giada F200 fanless mini PC priced at $110 is another good example.
Officially launched today, the PC is the size of a router but packs a powerful hardware within. It features a dust proof chassis making it easy to carry it around and use it anywhere you like. The power consumption is exceptionally low at just 4.3 watts.
• Dual core Celeron N2870 processor
• 2 GB DDR3 RAM
• 8 or 16 GB storage options
• Gigabit Ethernet
• 4 USB 3.0 ports, SIM card slot
• HDMI with 4K at 24Hz support and PCI express slot
• mSATA port to connect SSDs
Everything about the Giada F200 sounds promising and it might also make a great option to power up sign boards in marketing campaigns. The device features automatic power on, off features as well as scheduled power mode.
Given its hardware specs, it may not deliver phenomenal power for home or office computing. However, it’s an ideal choice for powering up monitors on the go, for marketing and for basic computing to access some essential files in a conference room.