Chromebox Commercial-AOPEN's first Chrome OS Powered Device
SAN JOSE, CA: AOPEN to deliver reliable and secure apps for signage, kiosks and POS markets with its first Chrome OS fueled device --Chromebox Commercial. This 25mm high device can be used for powering digital displays and vertical applications as in public transport systems, public transport systems or any other high traffic retail systems.
The Chromebox comes with a Quad Core Intel processor with 4GB memory, a fan less solid state drive which helps in avoiding dust. It also provides a dual screen support and built in commercial ports for powering POS and other devices. It gives an updated feel with all its wireless features as well, constituting of a built in Bluetooth 4.0, long range Wi-Fi A/B/G/NAC – 2.4 and 5 GHz.
“We are moving to a world where all signs will be digital, and Chrome devices are the ideal platform for digital signage and kiosk applications. It features hardware-level security, it’s stable, fast and with Chrome Device Management it can be centrally deployed, managed and monitored,” Google’s Matthew Blumberg says.
The scopes of application for these computers expand from driving anything like billboards in hotel lobbies to developing interactive product catalogs in retail outlets to information points at tourist attractions. The physical build of the Chromebox is graded for shock and vibration resistant and can withstand temperatures up to 60 degree Celsius.
AOPEN devices will be releasing three other commercial signages during the next this year: the Chromebox Commercial, the Chromebase Commercial 19-inch and the Chromebase Commercial 22-inch.
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