Lanner, the associate member of Intel® Internet of Things, today announced the launch of the LEC-7230L, a compact and fanless embedded computer powered by the Intel® Celeron® Bay Trail SoC platform, known for its significant improvement in computing performance and power efficiency.
Benchmark testing conducted for computing performance and power efficiency found that the Bay Trail CPU (Intel® Celeron® J1900) outperforms its predecessor (Intel® Atom™ N2800) by 310% while maintaining the same level of power usage.
In addition to the powerful and nimble J1900 quad-core processors, the compact and fanless LEC-7230L supports up to 8GB of low-powered DDR3/L memory and comes with a multitude of I/O interface, including VGA (1600 x 1200), HDMI (1920 x 1080), dual GbE LAN ports, dual RS-232/422/485 serial ports, USB 3.0/2.0 ports and a mini-PCI-E slot with SIM card reader. The LEC-7230L is positioned as an all-in-one, one-for-all solution for a wide range of deployment scenarios that includes, but not limited to, production line automation, surveillance NVR, home gateway, digital signage, and retail POS.
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Compact Fanless Digital Signage IPC with Intel® Bay Trail CPU
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