LinITX have just added some fascinating new touchscreen PCs to their site. now offered in sizes from 8.4″ to 17.1″, these silent fanless, wall mountable systems are perfect for wise house applications.
LinITX’s Nick shore commented “By stocking an increased variety of screen sizes, we can offer installers as well as end individuals a product for each location. designed as fanless from the outset these enclosures provide a dependable silent system for those seeking a wallmounted touchscreen PC solution”.
“LinITX.com today announces additions to the variety of Touchscreen Panel PC’s from embedded expert LEX System of Taiwan. The new Touchscreen Panel PC’s utilize the via C7 CPU to provide great performance coupled with low warm output, which enables these systems to be totally fanless as well as therefore almost silent.
The MV700A mainboard has a single DDR2 RAM slot that supports as much as 1GB, of which 128MB can be associated to the onboard via Unichrome pro II Intregrated Graphics processor (IGP) which is a function of the CX700M system media processor chipset which likewise includes audio, memory, storage as well as HDTV support in a single chip design.
The MV700A Panel PC is currently offered from stock with a option of 10.4″, 12.4″ as well as 17″ LCD Panels, with 8.4″ as well as 15.1” Panels being added to the variety extremely soon.
The integrated resistive Touchscreen in these systems makes them perfect to utilize for many house automation applications, especially as wall mounted controllers.
Storage choices for operating System as well as data include an onboard Compact Flash slot, 2.5″ or 3.5″ difficult Drive mountings, dependent on model, or to utilize a Flash Disk Module (FDM) which will plug directly into the IDE socket on the mainboard. LinITX.com hold a wide variety of Compact Flash Cards, FDM modules as well as difficult drives appropriate for these systems.”
Touchscreen PCs offered now from linitx.com [Screenshot featured from: www.xlobby.com]
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