There are several ways to transfer graphical content from a Mini-PC to a display. Our systems are equipped with these:
So far, so good. But how do these multimedia interfaces differ each other? We have summarized the answer in a separate blog article:
Some of the multimedia interfaces mentioned above also transfer audio next to video signals. To transmit audio otherwise, our Mini-PCs are equipped with different audio inputs and outputs:
Connectors for external peripherie
To connect external peripheral devices, this includes printers, keyboards and also USB sticks, there are serial ports…
- COM / RS-232
… and alsothe probably best known interface:
Additional storage space
In addition to the internal storage of a Mini-PC (HDD or SSD), some of our systems can also be stocked up with SD cards. On one side, they have a low power consumption, and on the other side, they have a high amount of storage space to safe the data externally.
- SD card slot
Internet and network
Those who want to connect their Mini-PC to the Internet or an (internal) network, have different options.
No mon’, sorry no power, no fun. That’s why there are:
- Power button
Some of our Mini-PCs have also the possibility to protect them from theft.