BIOSTAR has announced the series of mini ITX with CPUs on board, (known as System on a Chip or SoC). These boards are centered on being small and efficient using a small form factor with an embedded CPU, having low power consumption, and being fan-less. They are perfect for all sorts of various industrial applications.
The BIOSTAR mini-ITX SoC series is the latest in all-in-one boards that optimized the performance of Intel’s Bay Trail and AMD’s Kabini SoC products by delivering a new generation of technology with value-added features and easy integration. The boards in this series are suitable for ultra-small form factor builds or all-in-one systems that require dual display capabilities in a fan-less PC.
These boards are in the mini-ITX form factor which is backwards compatible with ATX and micro-ATX form factors. The ITX form factor allows you to build small and energy efficient solutions. BIOSTAR is offering simple, affordable and internet centric computer designs in a compact 17x17cm size. It is the ideal solution for an ultra-small form factor system and easily used with various chassis makes.
For the Smart Office situation a BIOSTAR ITX board will give you a budget saving dual core computing based on either the Intel J1800 or AMD E-2100 chips. These are silent fan-less designs featuring low power consumption. This is perfect for office space saving and creating a neat and tidy office area. Ultra speed data transfers are no problem with the USB 3.0 interface.
For the Digital Entertainment Center (HTPC) PC you can use a powerful Quad Core CPU with multi-tasking computing such as the Intel J1900 or AMD E4-5000 systems. They will features full HD 1080P content with smooth playback via HDMI interface. You can also enjoy light gaming capability with powerful graphics and crystal clear sound with HD Audio. They are also silent fan-less designs featuring low power consumption and Ultra speed data with USB 3.0 interface. In addition they include BIOSTAR’s Bio-Remote 2 for wireless control.
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