NEW: RUGGED GTX 1050Ti – outdoor digital signage & vehicle computing

We’ve just released our new RUGGED Q170 for the Vehicle application and outdoor scenarios and now we already come up with another new Mini-PC that’s even from the same series. The beauty is called spo-book RUGGED GTX 1050 Ti. Experts may guess what stands behind this Mini-PC just by reading its name: A super performant, robust PC with the High-End nVidia GTX 1050 Ti graphics card. This already can make digital signage fans’ and customers’ hearts skip a beat. And justifiably so. The combination of the well-known RUGGED characteristics and this graphics card let this Mini-PC surpass everything we had to offer the digital signage field so far.

RUGGED and Digital Signage? GTX 1050 Ti makes 8K possible!

We don’t want to beat around the bush and directly explain you the main feature that the spo-book RUGGED GTX 1050 Ti has to offer: The namesake dedicated nVidia GTX 1050 Ti graphics card. One or another could already be familiar with this name, because our spo-book KUMO V has a similar graphics card obscured.
But what’s so special about the GTX 1050 Ti? With a memory of 4GB and a video RAM that goes up to 32GB content can be played without any judder – even in a resolution of 8K. Sounds good so far. Four of the seven HDMI interfaces, which are placed on the front, make a 8K video wall possible.

High end graphics passively cooled

Our RUGGED GTX 1050 Ti stays loyal to the common theme of the RUGGED series. As well as its predecessor the Mini-PC is equipped with a sixth generation Intel® Core i5 CPU with a power of up to 4 x 2,3 GHz. With the passive cooling system and its massive metal housing, which we both know from the whole RUGGED series, using the Mini-PC for outdoor scenarios is absolutely no problem because dirt, dust or humidity can’t get inside the housing.  What speaks for outdoor usage also: The wide temperature range from -40° Celsius to +70° Celsius. In need of a 8K video wall in the ski area? No problem for our RUGGED GTX 1050 Ti.

NEW: RUGGED for Vehicle Computing

We already announced the compatibility of the “new” RUGGED series with the application in vehicles when we released the RUGGED Q170. The RUGGED GTX 1050 Ti can intercept voltage peaks, which usually occur when starting a motor. Special with this Mini-PC is that it doesn’t only have the wide-range input from 9-36 Volts but can also intercept 48 Volt. As well as its younger brother the new Vehicle-PC is vibration and shock tested according to American military standards.

Technical facts of the RUGGED GTX 1050 Ti

  • Intel® Core i5-6500TE Skylake 4 x 2,3 GHz, up to 3,3 GHz
  • Absolute highlight: nVidia GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB Memory
  • Measurements (W x H x D): 260 x 89 x 226,5 mm
  • 2 x SIM Slot
  • 7 x HDMI
  • 4 x USB 3.0
  • 4 x Intel Gigabit LAN (optional PoE)
  • optional:
    - W-LAN
    - Bluetooth

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