Aug 28 2012, 10:32am CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Giada has unveiled a new mini PC that is compact, power miserly, and impressively cheap. The machine is called the Mini PC i35V and sells for $168 minus the operating system. The computer uses an Intel Atom D2500 series processor and has 2 GB of RAM inside.
The RAM can be updated the 4 GB and the machine uses a 32 GB SSD for storage. That SSD allows the machine to boot quickly and allows it to use less power. The little one-inch wide computer consumes only 24 W of power during operation. The machine is available for purchase now.
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