LV-67U Mini-ITX with Apollo Lake CPU - 29/06/2017
BVM announces the latest Mini-ITX platform from Commell, the LV-67U with Intel® the latest low-power quad-core Pentium® processor or dual-core Celeron® processors code name Apollo Lake. Manufactured in 14nm technology they provide approximately 30 percent computing and 45 percent more graphics / video performance than their predecessors.
The LV-67U is based with Intel® Pentium® Quad-core N4200 or Celeron® Dual-core M3350 (which TDP just 6W), These embedded miniboards support DDR3L memory up to 8GB, These platforms are based on Intel®`s Gen 9 Graphics, which supports for 4k graphics resolution. Up to three independent displays can be operated simultaneously, and DirectX 1.2, OpenGL 4.2 are supported. that provides high-end media and graphics capabilities with up to three independent displays to support LVDS, HDMI and one DP port or DVI. These embedded boards are fully passively cooled, silent and efficient that will help embedded vendors to design more compact systems with even more processing power. These embedded miniboards are excellent for medical equipment, IoT gateway, robots, in-vehicle computing, industrial and office automation, imaging, machine vision and digital signage applications.
LV-67U Mini-ITX offers many other features including high-speed data transfer interfaces such as 4 x USB3.0, and 2 x SATAIII, equipped with 2 x Gigabit Ethernet, and comes with PS/2 port, 4 x RS232, 2 x RS232/422/485, 4 x USB2.0, SMBUS, LPC, GPIO, Watchdog timer, High Definition Audio, 1 x Mini PCI, 1 x Mini PCIe, 1 x PCI and 1 x SD card, 1 x CFast card (optional).
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