A computer-based information Board for Shuttle DX30 is a single-chip system Intel Apollo Lake

The company Shuttle introduced the small computer DX30 for Autonomous information Board. «The player», as he calls DX30 the manufacturer, can support up to three displays at resolutions up to 4K. The connection is provided by the outputs DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA (optional).

In the case with the 1.3 litre is a computer on a 14-nanometer single-chip system Intel Apollo Lake J3355 with built-in decoder HEVC/H. 265 and VP9. Provides for the installation of two modules DDR3L-1866 SO-DIMM up to 8 GB and the drive size 2.5 inches with interface SATA 6 GB/s. There are two slots M. 2: Type M (2280) and Type A/E (2230). DX30 equipment includes a Gigabit Ethernet port, two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, two COM ports (RS232 and RS232/422/485). There’s a wireless interface Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.

Computer dimensions — 190 x 165 x 43 mm, and it is (without memory and storage) less than $200.

Source: Shuttle

Tags:
Shuttle

Comment

(Visited 43 times, 1 visits today)
No tags for this post.