Friday, September 21, 2018
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Giada i35G Mini PC Review

The last Mini PC we took a look at from Giada was their D2305, which was a real powerhouse.  It could handle some of the latest video games and do some very CPU intensive tasks.  Today we are checking out another Mini PC from Giada, but it is a lot different than the D2305.  This mini PC is made to be used for basic web browsing, maybe some light gaming and just an all-around machine.  The mini PC I am talking about is the Giada i35G and it features an Intel Atom D2500 processor, NVIDIA GT610 graphics, 2GB of DDR3 memory, a 320GB hard drive and Bluetooth and WiFi.  Did I mention this system is extremely small?  Read on as we take a look!

Special thanks to Giada for providing us with the i35G Mini PC to review.

Specifications

CPU

Intel® Atom™ D2500 series

Chipset

Intel® NM10 Express

GPU

NVIDIA® GT610

System Memory

2G DDR3-1066(1 x SO-DIMM slot, Max. 4G)

512MB VRAM on board

Storage

320G 2.5″HDD (Optional Intel mSATA SSD)

I/O

5 x USB2.0

1 x Card reader (SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO)

1 x HDMI

1 x VGA

1 x LAN(RJ45)

1 x DC-in Jack

1 x SPDIF(Line-out)

LAN

Gigabit LAN + Wi-Fi 802.11n + Bluetooth

Audio

AUDIO-out/MIC-in

Power Consumption

35W

Size

192 x 155 x 26 mm

Color

Black & White

OS

Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium (Optional)

Packaging
The Giada i35G comes in a nice retail box.  The back and front of the box are the same and show a photo of the unit and list some of the main features.  On the side of the box you will see all of the specifications.

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Opening the box up inside you will find 2 separate boxes.  One box is for the accessories and the other is for the Mini PC.  Getting everything out we have the i35G unit, power cable, power adapter, media center remote, HDMI cable, stand, driver cd and manual.

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To give you a good idea of how the i35G comes and for a brief overview of the unit check out our unboxing and overview video below.

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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