Habey releases upgraded Fanless PC with Gigabit Ethernet for Embedded Use

Embedded and Fanless PC Enthusiasts will find a lot to like in Habey's upgraded BIS-6774 Fanless Embedded Systems. The extremely small form factor PC comes packed with powerful hardware and expandability. The upgraded system features an Intel Bay Trail Celeron Dual Core (2.4Ghz) or Quad Core (2.0Ghz) processor, depending on user needs and resources, to provide plenty of raw processing capacity. That power is augmented by up to 8GB of DDRL3L Ram, Integrated Intel HD Graphics with up to 1686MB of video memory, and more.

Walnut, CA – Embedded and Fanless PC Enthusiasts will find a lot to like in Habey’s upgraded BIS-6774 Fanless Embedded Systems. The extremely small form factor PC comes packed with powerful hardware and expandability. The upgraded system features an Intel Bay Trail Celeron Dual Core (2.4Ghz) or Quad Core (2.0Ghz) processor, depending on user needs and resources, to provide plenty of raw capacity. That power is augmented by up to 8GB of DDRL3L Ram, Integrated Intel HD Graphics with up to 1686MB of video memory, and more.

Connectivity is the first word with this tablet, as it offers up to 3 LAN connections (J1900 Quad-Core version), as well as a host of other I/O ports, like WiFi, HDMI, as many as 6 USB ports (2X 3.0 and 4X 2.0, VGA, 2x serial com ports, and Audio and Mic In jacks. All of this is packed neatly into a rugged aluminum case just 7.5”x5.4”x1.1”. The quality fanless PC design keeps the form factor small and the PC itself absolutely whisper quiet during operation.

If you want the processing power of the J1900 Quad Core version, but don’t need the connectivity of 3 LAN ports, an available mini-PCIe slot provides opportunities for other types of expansion. Meanwhile, the PC also offers a SIM slot for 3G/4G Connectivity and use in remote computing equipment. The BIS-6774 is a perfect choice for Digital Signage, Kiosk, Network Security, IoT Gateway and other and computer computer applications.

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