Intel Core i7/i5 processor-equipped 15'’ rugged touch panel computer
May 19, 2011 // Julien Happich
The AGP-3155 from AAEON is a 15’’ rugged touch panel computer featuring an Intel Core i7/i5 processor with an integrated LCD/CRT controller in the Intel QM57 chipset.
The touch panel computer comes with two DDR3 800/1066MHz SODIMM (up to 8GB) and a Mini Card and two PCI or two PCIe slots are available for expansion. The unit also offers a Gigabit Ethernet and I/O Ports, such as two RS-232, one RS-232/422/485, six USB 2.0, one Line-Out/MIC-in/Line-in, and one DVI for flexible expansions. The SSD has two 3.5’’ SATA Hard Disk Drives, with an optional Slim DVD-Combo. The IP-65 aluminium die cast front bezel keeps the AGP-3155 design water-proof and makes the AGP-3155 suitable for harsh environments. Target applications include control rooms in automated factories, railway control centers, and factory automation.
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