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Lanner releases embedded system powered by Intel Atom D510
Press release, March 2; Ricky Morris, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 3 March 2010]

Lanner Electronics has launched the LEC-7100, a fanless industrial computer powered by the new dual core Intel Atom D510 processor at 1.66GHz. The LEC-7100 is designed to be easily deployable for a variety of industrial and commercial applications, according to the company.

"We're very excited about the new dual-core Intel Atom processor and the advantages it brings to our fanless computers," said Spencer Chou, product planner, Embedded Business Group, Lanner. "The LEC-7100 is a versatile network-ready computer with all the interfaces needed for a wide variety of end-use applications, and with the new D510 processor, we've developed a powerful solution that improves on all aspects of the fanless design, including performance, stability, power consumption and price."

The LEC-7100 includes multiple audio and video interfaces, two Gigabit LAN network ports, and two storage interfaces – Compact Flash Type I/II and SATA HDD. Another feature in the LEC-7100 is the ability to communicate wirelessly via a 3G/GPS module and Wi-Fi ready hardware, Lanner highlighted.

Additionally, the LEC-7100 features both VGA and DVI-D video ports, delivering increased flexibility for dual-display applications such as digital signage, point of sales, kiosk and jackpot displays, the company said.

The LEC-7100 embedded computer's fanless design makes it suitable for video applications such as digital signs, outdoor advertising and kiosk systems. Lanner claims the dual-core Atom CPU provides outstanding performance with very low power consumption and minimal cooling requirements, resulting in improved stability and longevity and providing a higher return on investment.

Lanner Luge LEC-7100

Lanner Luge LEC-7100
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