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Advantech’s Powerful Ultra-Small 2.5" MI/O-Ultra Pico-ITX Single-Board Computers

March 28, 2018

With the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) applications for industries, a greater number of embedded product applications for industrial control, medical, POS/KIOSK, home security, and transportation are required. Advantech’s 2.5"" MI/O-Ultra (Pico-ITX) single-board computers (SBCs) are ideal for use in super slim, cableless, and rugged designs aimed at satisfying demands for rich I/O, compact size (for slim chassis applications), and intelligent software support.

Advantech’s 2.5” MI/O-Ultra SBCs (MIO-2000 series/MIO-3000 series) with flexible I/O are ideal for low-power applications (below 8 Watts) that require miniature x86 chipsets to satisfy demands for more price-competitive components and size-sensitive devices. Their super-slim configuration meets the extreme size requirements of slim chassis applications, thereby reducing potential design costs. These products use the MIOe unified connector extended interface, which offers greater flexibility for the PICO-ITX form factor, to ensure efficient product development and reduce time and resource costs. The MIO-2000 series/MIO-3000 series products support highly efficient embedded computing, multiple instruction sets, and video-decoding operations. Cableless I/O expansion modules and flexible connection options further enhance design-in efficiency for system integrators.

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