Visitors to the Fair are Invited to Stop by the Giada Booth and View the New Lineup of Powerful Yet Compact Desktop PCs – Including the New D2305, the Most Powerful Mini PC Ever Made
Giada Technology, the leading cloud computing equipment supplier; today announced it will be exhibiting at the 2012Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) – from Oct. 13th-16th 2012. Giada is registered under the name Cheer Ascent Electronics, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, booth 3B-B04/Hall 3, and will be showcasing its Fall 2012 range of mini PCs and related products, including the new D2305, the most powerful mini-PC ever made, featuring 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i5/i7 processors, HD graphics, Blu-ray™ Disc/DVD drive, and BOTH an SSD and traditional hard drive.
As their first time exhibiting at the Hong Kong Electronic Fair, Giada will be introducing their products to the Southeast Asia market as well as to connect with industry leaders, distributors, and the media. On display at the booth, Giada will be showcasing the entire lineup of stylish and powerful mini PCs including the new D2305 & i53 models for consumer, industrial, and commercial applications, as well as bare-bone systems for the DIY enthusiasts.
Connect with Giada at the show
Visit Giada (under the name Cheer Ascent Electronics) at Hong Kong
Location: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Booth No: 3B-B04
Giada Technology is the leading could computing equipment supplier and is a wholly owned subsidiary of JIEHE Technology Development Company, Ltd. Giada derives it’s name from the Italian word for Jade, denoting the companies commitment to developing and manufacturing high quality compact eco-friendly desktop PCs and Tablet with an eye toward energy efficiency without sacrificing features and performance. Giada products are distributed and resold through channel partners. Giada products proudly features Intel® Core™ and Atom™ processors.
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