Giada Unveils New Flagship Mini Desktop PC, the D2305

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October 9, 2012


The D2305 Billed as the Most Powerful Mini PC in the World; Ideal for Home Theater Applications


Giada Technology, The leading cloud computing equipment supplier, today announced its new top of the line mini PC the new D2305. Available with Intel “Ivy Bridge”Core i5 or i7 processors, Intel HM77 Express Chipset, and the NVIDIA® GT640 GPU, the D2305 offers impressive performance and graphics capabilities, an ideal solution for home theater PC applications and other environments where Full HD graphics, low-power consumption, and near silent operation is key.


The Giada D2305 mini PC incorporates premium features such as slot-load HDMI 1.3-complaint Blu-ray™ Disc drive, Direct X 11 3D graphics support, and 7.1 channel HD audio. The built-in mSATA SSD drive can be used in parallel with the hard drive, so users can have the operating system running on the SSD and the hard drive to store content for maximum performance. There’s full Windows® 7 support out-of-the-box, and 500 GB of hard drive space to store thousands of hours of music and movies. Additionally, a full-featured remote control is included for powering the system off and on, and full playback control.


Key Features of Giada D2305 Mini PC

  • Intel® Ivy Bridge CoreTMi5/i7 Processor (optional by SKU)
  • Mobile Intel® HM77 Express Chipset
  • NVIDIA® GT640, DX 11 supported
  • Slot-loadBlu-ray Disc/DVD drive
  • Built-in mSATA SSD
  • Intel SRT technology
  • Supports Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
  • USB 3.0& 2.0 Ports
  • Integrated Wi-Fi & blue Tooth
  • Near silent operation
  • Low power consumption
  • Ultra-compact footprint – Size: 174 x 230 x 55mm
  • Optional Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 8 ready


Giada’s D2305 includes 4GB of DDR3 memory upgradeable up to 8GB. Ports include a 4-in-1 card reader (SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO), a DVI, HDMI, eSATA, S/PDIF, 2x USB 2.0 and 3x USB 3.0 ports. Two mini PCIe expansion slots support mSATA to take advantage of Intel SRT technology, and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is available in D2305. For connectivity, this high-end D2305 model featureswired Gigabit Ethernet and wireless 802.11n and Bluetooth.


Price & Availability

The Giada D2305 carries an MSRP of $680.00 (Corei5 SKU)

Product photos and detailed specs are available at:



About Giada

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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