Rugged iBrick Computer upgraded to Intel’s® 7th Generation Mobile Processor
Small PC Computers of Clearwater Florida, a manufacturer of rugged computer solutions, has released its’ latest iBrick rugged computer model SC215ML. The iBrick is an all-weather Intel® i-series computer designed and tested for reliable operation in extreme environments. In a compact brick size package of only 8” x 5” x 3”, this high performance computer is under 3lbs and operates silently, with no moving parts.
A solid aluminum chassis combined with a passive cooling system makes the iBrick computer well suited to environments that experience high shock and vibration as well as extreme temperatures. The iBrick is specifically designed for the specialized requirements in the oil and gas, transportation, public safety, utility, military and industrial automation industries.
The 7th Generation Intel CPU upgrade also includes support for standard mobile SATA hard drives as well as upgrades to USB 3.0 ports. Configuration options include memory to 32GB, solid state flash drives to 1TB, RS232/RS422 serial ports, Wireless LAN and Bluetooth. The unit also supports dual video options with a second HDMI port. An optional intelligent vehicle power supply is available with support for 6-32V DC input and special features such as intelligent shutdown and vehicle ignition on/off support. All configurations include the operating system installed and tested with OS support for various Linux and MS-Windows versions including Windows 7 and Windows 10. Basic configurations of the iBrick start at $1495.00 USD.
SmallPC.com, a division of ICI Controls Inc., was formed in 1993. Small PC Computers designs and manufactures computers with a focus on solutions for specialized, rugged, and industrial applications.
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