CMB-37C-G - Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system with Intel QM87 Express Chipset supporting 4th Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile BGA Processors

Commell CMB-37C-G – Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system with Intel QM87 Express Chipset supporting 4th Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile BGA Processors

The Commell CMB-37C-G, Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded System, is designed for the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors in the FCBGA1364 package and supports one DDR3L 1333/1600MHz SO-DIMM up to 8GB. The platform is based on Intel® HD Graphics 4600 that provides high-end media and graphics capabilities for devices that display videos, 2D/3D graphics and interactive content. In addition the CMB-37C-G supports VGA, LVDS, DVI-I and one display port to provide its advanced solutions for imaging, machine vision and digital signage applications. The CMB-37C-G offers an extensive list of features including: high-speed data transfer interfaces such as 2 x USB 3.0 and 1 x SATAIII and is equipped with a single Gigabit Ethernet LAN port that supports iAMT 9.0. The system comes 1 x RS232/422/485, 2 x USB2.0, Intel® High Definition Audio, Mini PCIe and mSATA card sockets. Product Drivers

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Commell CMB-37C-G – Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded system with Intel QM87 Express Chipset supporting 4th Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile BGA Processors

The Commell CMB-37C-G, Small Form Factor Fanless Embedded System, is designed for the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors in the FCBGA1364 package and supports one DDR3L 1333/1600MHz SO-DIMM up to 8GB. The platform is based on Intel® HD Graphics 4600 that provides high-end media and graphics capabilities for devices that display videos, 2D/3D graphics and interactive content. In addition the CMB-37C-G supports VGA, LVDS, DVI-I and one display port to provide its advanced solutions for imaging, machine vision and digital signage applications.

The CMB-37C-G offers an extensive list of features including: high-speed data transfer interfaces such as 2 x USB 3.0 and 1 x SATAIII and is equipped with a single Gigabit Ethernet LAN port that supports iAMT 9.0. The system comes 1 x RS232/422/485, 2 x USB2.0, Intel® High Definition Audio, Mini PCIe and mSATA card sockets.

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