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G-MAX GoPC Barebones CA2 Series
Date: Tuesday April 13, 2004
Category: Computer / SFF PCs
Manufacturer Link: Gigabyte
Gigabyte Technology's G-MAX line of products is blazing a trail by preparing to launch our very own brand of the cube PC - goPC
 

G-MAX GoPC  Barebones CA2 Series

In an environment where many companies are still talking about the cube PCs, Gigabyte Technology's G-MAX line of products is blazing a trail by preparing to launch our very own brand of the cube PC - goPC.  Expecting to take the market by storm, the goPC, originally named the Gigabyte Box PC, will be launched in April.

The concept of the cube PC originated from a direct response to market feedback on the need for a streamline (i.e. less bulky) and user-friendly PC that effectively integrates advanced technology and aesthetics.

Measuring 27.5 x 18.4 x 16 cm, the G-MAX CA series is about 2 to 3 cm smaller than its counterparts, providing the user with more workspace than any cube PCs on the market.  The design philosophy for the CA series has been to create a product that embodies good taste, elegance and subtlety that is evident in the clever integration of aesthetics, ergonomics and complementary color of gray and black for the chassis.  Features commend this design turns its attention to the aesthetics laser engraved design of 87 lines giving the chassis a three-dimensional effect and the embossed G-MAX brand name.  The input/output panel includes a USB 2.0 port, a high-speed IEEE 1394 port and an S/PDIF port.  In addition, there are 2 memory card drives that are compatible with 6 of the most common memory cards in the market (SM/CF/MS/MMC/SD/Micro).  A unique feature of this product is that, unlike other similar products on the market where the I/O slots are normally found at the back or front panels, the input/output panel is located on the left of the chassis.  This user friendly feature has been incorporated to minimize hassle in taking advantage of its features.

Scheduled to be launched in April, the CA series Intel-based goPC has been built with Gigabyte Technology's proprietary motherboard equipped with a SIS 661FX chip, onboard LAN, video and 6-channel audio functions, high speed 8X AGP slot and 2 DIMM DDR memory slots.  In addition, there is a built in temperature control chip that monitors the ventilation, minimizing the probability of malfunctions through over-heating.  The CA2 series also provides the standard 5.25" CD drive that can be used for your optical devices.

Technology's G-MAX goPC combines ingenuity with performance.  This is a product that will light up the SFF (Small Form Factor) PC market.


 

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