Many of our Mini-PCs especially those in the Digital Signage field, are often used in public places such as fairs or advertising panels. Where there are many people, there is also a risk of thieves. To protect against this risk, the Kensington Lock has proven itself. Read on to learn what stands behind this port and how it works.
Terms like computer virus, Trojans or malware are unfortunately known by a lot of people. Slowly running PCs, destroyed data or even no access to the own PC at all are just some of the consequences. So what can be done on a PCs software level to keep the device healthy?
In the field of consumer PCs and notebooks the RS-232 port has been replaced by the USB. Nonetheless it still plays a big role for our customers in the industrial and POS sector. In this article we want to explain what stands behind this serial interface.
It’s time for some news: As CPUs get smaller and smaller, Nvidia’s RTX graphics cards are getting better and better. Keyword: Raytracing. In addition, Microsoft has done some research about the current status of the Internet of Things.
In the first two articles of this series that deals with the health of Mini-PCs, we already took a look at the right cooling system and the SmartFan function of actively cooled devices. But also from the exterior, or rather on the housing of Mini-PCs there are things that can have an impact on the health of a Mini-PC: Cables that are connected to the different ports.