OnLogic has introduced new mini PCs powered by the AMD Ryzen Embedded processors offering the ultra-compact fanless ML100G-40, and actively-cooled MC510-40 systems which are now available to preorder priced from $562 and $690 respectively.
The ML100G-40 offers users a compact, fanless system configured with an AMD Ryzen Embedded R1505G or AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B processor and uses the same chassis as OnLogic’s line of NUC systems. The mini is engineered to be completely silent, fully solid state and cooled passively, without the need for a fan or openings in the case. The system features Dual LAN, triple display capabilities and is configurable with a range of memory and storage options.
The actively cooled MC510-40 is quad-display capable and powered by the AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B processor, and has been designed for digital signage and workstation applications that don’t require the environmental protections offered by a fanless solution.
ML100G-40 Compact Fanless AMD Ryzen Industrial Computer from $562
– AMD R1505G or V1605B processor
– Dual LAN, 3 Display Out
– Expansion options include 4G, Wifi, and DIO
MC510-40 Industrial AMD Ryzen Mini-ITX Computer from $690
– AMD V1605B with Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics
– Supports Four Independent Displays
– M.2 Storage and up to 32 GB of Memory
“When we talk about helping clients find the ‘right-fit’ computing solution, it’s about a lot more than just the form factor of the device. We want to match our customers with the hardware platform that’s going to best solve their project challenges,” said OnLogic Partnership Manager Johnny Chen. “Today’s AMD processors provide a very appealing mix of performance, price and capabilities that, when combined with our hardware platforms, create new application possibilities and give our clients a way to further customize their hardware solution to meet the unique demands of their project.”
“The combination of OnLogic industrial computing hardware and AMD processors is a great fit for customers that want high-performance mini PCs and compute devices for industrial markets,” said Amey Deosthali, director of channel marketing, Embedded Solutions, AMD. “We’re excited to see how our partners, like OnLogic, create high-performance Mini PCs using AMD Ryzen Embedded processors that support the professional markets OnLogic serves.”