Signage computer sports 46-inch display
Jan 29, 2010, 21:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Axiomtek announced a digital signage computer that includes a
46-inch display and a choice of Celeron or Core 2 Duo processors.
The DSA-146 features a removable CPU board, an optional motion
detection sensor, a Mini PCI Express expansion slot, 1GB of DDR3
RAM, an 80GB hard disk drive, and two speakers, the company says.
,p>"According to Axiomtek, its DSA-146 is designed to be
installed in public and commercial spaces, conveying information
such as advertising, news, and information, and can be operated
around the clock. A built-in sensor adjusts the device's LCD to
match ambient lighting, while an optional motion detection sensor
allows backlighting to be switched on in response to foot traffic,
the company adds.
"Axiomtek says the fanless device employs a removable CPU board,
making configuration and maintenance simpler. According to the
company, the DSA-146 (above) uses Intel's GM45 mobile chipset,
supporting the installation of 2.0GHz Celeron M 575 or 2.53GHz Core
2 Duo T9400 processors. The PC ships with 1GB or 2GB of DDR3 memory
and two SODIMM slots, though the total amount of RAM that can be
installed wasn't specified."