Giada is planning to launch a new small form factor PC once CeBIT 2012 kicks off next week which it calls the Uni-box. The unit looks mildly Apple-inspired with a boxy aluminum chassis with internals that together are said to pull just 30W of power during 1080p video playback.

Giada is planning to launch a new small form factor PC once CeBIT 2012 kicks off next week which it calls the Uni-box. The unit looks mildly Apple-inspired with a boxy aluminum chassis with internals that together are said to pull just 30W of power during 1080p video playback.

On that subject, packed inside is an Intel HDM65 Express motherboard with support for Intel's mobile Sandy Bridge CPUs. The Uni-box ships with 4GB of system memory, and a 16GB mSATA based SSD.

Connectivity wise, it has D-Sub, DVI and HDMI connections along with Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth and a multi-card reader.

We'll know more about it including availability and pricing during CeBIT next week.