In our small but fine series about the stars in our product catalog, it's all about what makes industrial PCs to what they are. Because industrial PCs (also called "IPCs") must fulfill special requirements in order to be considered as such. In the first part of our 5 part blog series, we will focus on the cases. Here we go!
There are news from the IT world: AMD announces Zen 3, Intel introduces new CPUs, lowers ist prices and has again delivery problems. Meanwhile spo-comm says goodbye for the time being, to the last panel PC from the range.
Digital data transfer has been further developed: The DisplayPort is a standard for many Mini-PCs and monitors and ensures a resolution of up to 8K @ 60 Hz. What stands behind this digital multimedia interface and what benefits it has, will be explained in this article.
The end of analogue image transmission: With the release of DVI data could finally be transferred digitally. What the benefits of DVI are and what else there is to know about, you can read in this article.
CPUs are not always the same. Depending on the device in which a processor is installed, different characteristics with regard to performance, power consumption or waste heat are important. Which types there are and what distinguishes them, will be clarified in this article.