Giada Delivers The New D2308U

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April 14, 2014

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Shenzhen JEHE Technology Development Co., Ltd., one of the world’s leading cloud computing and system solution providers, has unveiled the new and powerful Giada D2308U Mini PC for hardcore gaming enthusiasts around the world. Powered with 4th Generation Intel® i7 processor and NVIDIA® GeForce GTX750 graphics, the Giada D2308U offers stunning visuals and next-gen performance for the ultimate gaming experience like never before.

Enjoy sharper, high-density pictures with the Ultra HD display and Microsoft Direct X 11. 2 support, which provides hyper-realistic and smooth three-dimensional graphics with high definition video resolution up to 2160p. Its ultra lightweight and compact size measuring at 230×173.5×54.5mm, is as small as a dictionary, and makes it extremely portable and convenient to be placed anywhere in your room or workplace. The D2308U is backed up with 2x4GB of 1600 MHz DDR3L RAM and an internal storage of 1TB 2.5’ HDD drive with SATA III type SSD optional, so you can store all your favorite games and software without having to worry about shortage of memory space. Gaming experience is enhanced with Realtek high definition audio, which supports the latest 4k outputs with 5.1 digital audio via HDMI for dynamic and immersive game play.

To deal with networking applications and connectivity, the D2308U has 1x Gigabit Ethernet and supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity for uninterrupted data sharing. 1GB/s data transfer rate enables fast and seamless video streaming and downloading. The D2308U supports 5 USB ports (both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0) which are available at the front and rear of the machine. The onboard IR module with infrared sensor can be used to control the entertainment system with a remote control which comes with the D2308U, complete with user guide for instructions. The 4- in- 1 card reader supports all types of memory cards such as SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO. The D2308U is a low power consuming processor with smart fan cooling system that ensures the unit works silently, while ensuring smooth operation of your computing tasks with minimum power absorption.

It supports Windows® 7, 8 Pro and Linux operating systems and is available at an affordable price. The D2308U is definitely a must have for in-depth virtual gaming experience at an exceptional value that cannot be missed.


CPU Intel® Core™ i7-4500U Processor
Chipset Integrated into CPU
Graphics NVIDIA®GeForce®GTX750
Memory 2x 4GB DDR3L memory 1.35V low voltage
Storage 1TB HDD
Wireless IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Module+ Bluetooth® 4.0
Expansion  Slots 2x Mini-PCI Express®
OS Support Windows®7, Windows®8, Pro & Linux


Summary:  Giada Technologies has unveiled the new and powerful D2308U Mini PC for hardcore gaming enthusiasts around the world. The Mini PC is powered with 4th Generation Intel® i7 processor and supported with NVIDIA® GeForce GTX750 graphics, which offers stunning visuals and next-gen performance for immersive and dynamic virtual gaming.  Aimed at pro-gamers and midlevel gamers, the D2308U offers video resolution up to 2160p, which captures every detail and supports high-definition graphics.


Highlights for the Giada D2308U

  • 4th Generation Intel® i7 processor.
  • NVIDIA® GeForce GTX750 for breath-taking graphics.
  • Up to 2×4 GB memory and 1TB storage.
  • Portable and lightweight, weighs as small as a dictionary.



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