Developers or those looking for an embedded mini PC may be interested to know that award-winning embedded system creator AAEON, has announced new additions to its range of embedded mini PC systems. With the announcement of the launch of the AAEON Boxer 6640, taking the form of an embedded controller that can be powered by either a 6th or 7th Generation Intel Core Desktop processor, depending on your needs and requirements, all supported by DDR4 memory.
The new Boxer 6640 embedded controller has been specifically built for automation and machine vision applications and comes equipped with 2 x LAN ports, 4 x USB3.0 ports, and 3 x USB2.0 ports. Allowing the embedded system to be connected to a range of cameras, sensors, while also providing an 8-bit DIO to allow connections to control connected systems based on digital inputs.
The small embedded computer is also equipped with VGA port and two further combined HDMI and DP ports for dual display output, this controller can easily serve as the hub of an effective HMI solution. System platform division product manager Roy Huang explains more “The BOXER-6640 perfectly complements AAEON’s wide range of embedded controllers. Its powerful processor and diverse I/O interface mean it will be the perfect solution for companies working in a wide range of fields.” For more information, full specifications and prices jump over to the official AAEON website.
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