For the very first time, Acrosser offers all customers a real bargain at the very low price

Today, Acrosser Technology announces a spring sale to all customers. In this special promotion, Acrosser offers a cost-effective 3.5” embedded CPU board, AMB-BT19S1, at US$175 only for MOQ 100pcs.

AMB-BT19S1, an embedded CPU board at 3.5” form factor, is compact but come with rich I/O ports for high flexibility and easy expansion capabilities.  Built-in Intel low power Bay Trail CPU, it could run in applications that demand reliable operation, consistent performance, and high quality in a harsh industrial environment. In other words, it is suitable for all sorts of industries like factory automation, medical instrument, digital signage, Kiosk, public information station, ATM, M to M, IoT Application and entertainment equipment.

For the very first time, Acrosser offers all customers a real bargain at the very low price, however, the VIP service as well.  You get to enjoy the low price, performance, quality and VIP service all at the same time.  It’s time to jump on the bandwagon and take the advantage!!!

Customers from the US, Canada or Latin America, please call our toll free number +1-886-401-6463 or send your inquiry through our online inquiry system: http://www.acrosser.com/inquiry.html

Customers from other areas, please send your inquiry through our online inquiry system: http://www.acrosser.com/inquiry.html

Features
● Intel Bay Trail SoC, low power consumption.
● 3.5” form factor
● 1 x DDR3L-1333MHz, SO-DIMM, up to 8GB
● 8 x USB port (2 x USB 3.0, 6 x USB 2.0), 6 x COM
● 2 x GbE LAN, 2 x mini PCIe, 1 x SIM slot
● 1 x SATA II, 1 x mSATA
● Dual Display port -VGA & LVDS
● 12V Input
● Fanless design

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The initial goal in creating the Raspberry Pi credit card sized, Linux-based Single Board Computer (SBC) – targeted primarily at education – was to develop a response to the decline of students engaging with computer science and related engineering disciplines. Our desire was to reverse the trend of children becoming consumers rather than creators. The following case study follows the hardware development process from an early failure, initial prototypes, and through to the finished production design.
Over recent years there has been an increasing trend for children to be consumers of digital content rather than be future creators or engineers. This trend is driven by manufacturers looking to provide a seamless experience for target customers on a variety of electronic platforms, from gaming consoles to tablets and laptop computers.

refer to :http://embedded-computing.com/articles/case-card-sized-sbc/