CeBIT 2010: Giada's New Ion 2 Net Tops

Posted: Mar 5 2010, 10:28am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:52pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

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Net tops; they're space-saving desktop replacements, and the perfect form factor for a little hidden media box. Giada has some of the slimmest, slick-est net tops that will be launching this year. They showed off their new line (via Netbooked) at CeBIT 2010.

Giada's most striking device is the Cube-N7DT. This baby packs an Atom D510 processor, Nvidia Ion 2, 2 GB of DDR3 RAM, a 320 GB HDD, 2 USB ports, b/g/n WiFi, Gigabit LAN, S/PDIF, a card reader, HDMI & DVI, and eSATA. It is Bluetooth capable and comes with a DVD burner and DVB tuner.

The Giada Cube-N6T is much less bulky, due to the lack of an optical drive. It sports a dual core D510, Ion 2, 2 GB of RAM (4 GB max), and the same ports and WiFi capabilities as the N7DT. The Giada Slim-N20 also packs that D510 processor and Ion 2, but it only has b/g WiFi and a 320 GB HDD. The Slim-i20-PD rolls in around the low-end of the spectrum. It has a D510 processor, GMA 3150 graphics, 1 GB of RAM, and a 160 GB HDD. There are 5 USB slots, eSATA, HDMI, VGA, Gigabit LAN, and b/g WiFi.

The Slim-i23 breaks away from the pack with its Intel Celeron SU2300 processor, GMA 4500 MHD graphics, 2 GB of RAM, and 320 GB HDD. It has a sexy hot-rod red design, 5 USB ports, eSATA, a card reader, HDMI and VGA.

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