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Tigers Electronics Giada N10

Tigers Electronics Giada N10
alaAverage 4.1

5 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the graphics. The size also gets good feedback. Some have doubts about the price.

design, size, graphics

price

On average, users rate this product 98/100.

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Tigers Electronics Giada N10

 

The Giada N10 is a quick nettop with a nice keyboard, but it's still not good enough for our money.

Runs better than most nettops ; ION platform gives it some graphics grunt ; Wireless keyboard is compact but works well

The name sounds like a stomach infection ; Despite HDMI and 1080p claims, it can't handle HD content well ; Ubuntu won't be to every shopper's tastes

With an asking price of AU$549 and a two-year warranty, the Giada N10 is reasonable but not exceptional value. Like most nettops, the comparison between it and a full desktop in price terms doesn't look that favourable. A little more spending — or a...

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Tigers Electronics Giada N10

 

Wow that was a bad review Alex obviously you don't know how to handle a HTPC. (Tip of the day get CoreAVC) and you can see 1080p without a problem. Sad to see a biased review just because the reviewer doesn't know what he is talking about. I use...

Size, Power consumption, Design

Nothing

Consumer review by:

Tigers Electronics Giada N10

 

I bought 3 of these bad boys from mwave for $300 a piece. No keyboard included though.

Silence, Ubuntu, Power consumption, ION

Nothing for the price

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Consumer review by:

Tigers Electronics Giada N10

 

I bought this nettop before xmas, and sit it beside my tv. It plays good, but sometimes the system will stick for a while. I have contacted the tigers electronics and they have rebuilded system os image for the user bought after new year. which will...

slim,fashion

no optical drive

Consumer review by:

Tigers Electronics Giada N10

 

Nice, slim form. Part of a new revolution.

Ubuntu is classy, community supported, classy, free & different in a good way from windows

Name sounds odd