ARBOR: digital signage player with ultra-low-profile enclosure

ARBOR presents its ELIT-1050 4K digital signage player, supporting outstanding visual experiences for commercial environments. Based on Intel Braswell Celeron N3060 CPU, the ELIT-1050 is designed to deliver low power consumption, but with an improved Turbo clock rate of 2.48 GHZ which can be held for longer periods and therefore leading to faster performance compared to its predecessor architecture.

The ELIT-1050 features a fanless design and a space-saving ultra slim profile of only 141 X 107 mm allowing easy installation by VESA mounting. In order to provide seamless and smooth visual quality, ELIT-1050 supports dual-HDMI for 4K/Ultra HD displays, making it ideal for a wide range of demanding applications including advertising boards, self-ordering systems, retail applications, multi-media kiosks and more.

The compact ELIT-1050 digital signage player has built-in 32GB eMMC flash memory and two 204-pin DDR3L SO-DIMM sockets which support up to 8GB of 1600MHz SDRAM. The unit offers rich I/O connectivity with one Micro-B RS232 half-duplex, four USB 3.0 ports, one Micro-B USB 2.0 and two RJ-45 jacks. Also, for the support of expansion bus, there is a full-size mini-PCIe slot with SIM socket for a 3G module or mSATA, and another half-size mini-PCIe slot for an optional WiFi and Bluetooth module.

The ELIT-1050 offers a choice of Windows 7 or Windows 10 operation system for flexible deployment upon requirement, and with its palm-size and low power consumption designs that offer sufficient storage and expansion capability for easy implementation.


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