GIADA’s BQ612 uses 12th or 13th generation socket processors in the 65 watt power class, from Celeron to Core-i7. Its compact case only measures 1.24 liters. The mini PC works with Intel’s current 7th generation 730 UHD Graphic and has three display outputs ready: an HDMI 2.0a (4096×2304@60Hz), a DisplayPort 1.4 (7680×4320 @60Hz) and a VGA port (2048 x 1536@60Hz). With this equipment, 8K video experiences are easily possible.
But that’s not all: The BQ612 also comes up with numerous I/O ports, including nine USB and two LAN ports. With a microswitch, it can detect the removal of the computer cover. As soon as the case is opened, the BIOS records this (no alarm) and warns you the next time the system is started. The PC is predestined for secure digital signage use with high requirements such as analytics.