Friday, 29.September 2017 Know How
VESA describes a standard for mountings which can be mostly found with displays. By means of these mountings Mini-PCs can be fixed to displays or displays can be fixed to walls. Which VESA standards there are and which of spo-comm's Mini-PCs are VESA compatible you will find in the following article.
Tuesday, 19.September 2017 Know How
In addition to the new interface Thunderbolt 3, this month we are dealing mainly with the subject of memory: Intel has introduced a new form factor called "ruler", SATA is no longer the best interface for SSDs and the memory shortage is far from over.
Tuesday, 05.September 2017 Know How
Another alternative to the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is presented in the third part of our blog series about security: the Mini-PC with built-in battery.
Thursday, 24.August 2017 Know How
With PCIe 4.0 and USB 3.2 new standards will double the data rates, graphics cards are becoming more expensive and from now on, we have short instructions for most of our spo-books.
Thursday, 27.July 2017 Know How
In an industrial environment data loss is often a critical point. If you can’t rely on a uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for reasons of cost or space, there’s a new possibility to provide more security: with so-called Powerguard SSDs.