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MSI releases Box PC

by on21 September 2015

Based on Broadwell or Baytrail

MSI has releases a BOX PC based on the Intel Broadwell or BayTrail platform.

Dubbed the MS-9A69 it is supposed to provide a high-performance or low-power computing kernel for industrial markets.

According to the company MS-9A69 supports up to 2 or 3 displays, 12V/19V/24V DC input, 2 Mini-PCIe expansion slots, 4 LAN ports, 6 USB ports, and 6 COM ports for applications.

It could found a home as build systems for automation, digital signage, IoT gateway, kiosk, POS, and bus or in-vehicle PC.

The fanless IPC supports both the high-performance Broadwell as well as silent BayTrail SoCs. The Broadwell flavour supports LVDS in addition to HDMI and VGA display connectors. It also comes with DDR3L 1333/1600 MHz SO-DIMM memory, up to 8GB.

The MS-9A69 is designed with 3.5" embedded board to support high-performance Broadwell or silent BayTrail scheme; both are designed with efficient heat-spreading housing to support fanless applications with high reliability. The system is rated to operate under a wide range of -10 to -55oC (with SSD), which fulfils most industrial scenes. Furthermore, the power input design of DC 12V/19V/24V caters to diverse application fields, such as factory automation, buses and cars

The press release fails to mention a price 

Last modified on 21 September 2015
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