GIADA provides the 13th chip generation for Intel’s “Smart Display Module” standard (SDM). SDM makes it possible to simply plug and play module PCs into large-format displays. The Intel UHD (for Core i3 configuration) or Intel Iris-Xe graphics (for Core i5 or Core i7 configuration) can easily handle an 8K display (max. 7680 x 4320 @60 Hz) and thus ensures an incomparable level of detail and clarity, regardless of whether you are presenting high-resolution images, videos or interactive content.
Optional TPM 2.0 and Intel vPro are available to ensure greater stability and more efficient use of resources with integrated performance, data security and management features.
A major benefit of SDMs: plug-in PCs are well protected in the display, which prevents damage and access to the computers in educational institutions or public spaces, for example. In addition, existing, expensive SDM monitors can be operated easily and cost-effectively with the latest computers. The SDM-L13 now brings LFDs up to date in terms of performance, at a list price starting at 370 euros net.