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Lanner releases SFF digital signage computer with 3G communications and GPS
Press release, February 10; Ricky Morris, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 10 February 2010]

Lanner Electronics has announced the new LEC-7020, an Intel Atom-based industrial computer with 3G, GPS and Wi-Fi capabilities. The small form factor (SFF) computer has a VGA, COM, DIO, four USB ports, and an optional LVDS output, and also boasts a new simplified design allowing quick component installation, the company highlighted.

With an on-board SIM card socket and mini PCI Express 3G/GPS mini-card module, the LEC-7020 can send GPS signals and communicate via a 3G modem, in addition to connections via the two built-in Gigabit Ethernet and optional Wi-Fi module, Lanner said.

To drive digital content the LEC-7020 has an integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics engine and features a VGA port and optional LVDS port. The addition of an LVDS port allows for a direct computer to panel connection and reduces deployment costs for system integrators, Lanner noted.

The LEC-7020 is also designed to allow easy access to the motherboard for rapid hardware installation, Lanner added.

Lanner LEC-7020 digital signage computer with 3G communications and GPS

Lanner LEC-7020 digital signage computer with 3G communications and GPS
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