BluStar FS-8150 - Compact Size Fanless Box PC with 4th Generation (Haswell) ULT Processor

BluStar FS-8150 Fanless Box PC

The BluStar FS-8150 is a fanless Box PC ideal for space critical applications. This embedded hardware platform features an Intel Haswell ULT Processor, and 2 x DDR3L 1333/1600 SO-DIMM. It also comes with mSATA, 2 x Mini-PCIe slots, 2 x HDMI, 2 x USB2.0, 4 x USB3.0, 2 x COM Ports , 2 x GbE LAN, and Audio. The BluStar FS-8150 provides a high reliability rugged case not only for great protection from EMI, cold and heat, but also serves as an integrated passive cooling design for quiet and fanless operation for applications such as Digital Signage. Product Manual | Product Drivers

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BluStar FS-8150 Fanless Box PC

The BluStar FS-8150 is a fanless Box PC ideal for space critical applications. This embedded hardware platform features an Intel Haswell ULT Processor, and 2 x DDR3L 1333/1600 SO-DIMM. It also comes with mSATA, 2 x Mini-PCIe slots, 2 x HDMI, 2 x USB2.0, 4 x USB3.0, 2 x COM Ports , 2 x GbE LAN, and Audio.

The BluStar FS-8150 provides a high reliability rugged case not only for great protection from EMI, cold and heat, but also serves as an integrated passive cooling design for quiet and fanless operation for applications such as Digital Signage.

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