Monday, March 18th 2013

Habey Intros BIS-6621 Fanless Embedded System

HABEY USA, a leading manufacturer of embedded computer and an Associate member of the Intel Intelligent Systems Alliance, introduces the BIS-6621. It is the latest and greatest offering of our ultra compact fanless PCs. This tiny box measures 5"x5.25"x2", just slightly larger than the incredibly tiny Intel NUC. Besides the small footprint, the features available on this tiny system will simply amaze you.

Equipped with a 2.5" drive bay, this fanless PC will accept just about any 2.5" form factor storage device. The full size mini PCI-e slot can also be an mSATA compatible expansion slot as an option. The mini PCI-e card can also be used to run a WIFI card for wireless network access. Additionally, the BIS-6621 offers an externally accessible SIM card slot allowing for wireless data from a mobile carrier. It also includes 3 USB 2.0 ports for all your needed peripherals and also a COM port for any serial peripherals.

You can run Full 1080p video via the HDMI port, or via the VGA port. The built-in SD card slot makes it easy to transfer data or to quickly expand your storage capacity. The integrated IR (infra-red) receiver is a neat feature which allows you to control the system with any generic remote control. All these included features makes this system ideal for a range of applications including an HTPC, in-vehicle computer, digital signage player, or a simple space saving workstation machine.

Product Features
  • Onboard Intel Dual Core Atom N2800 or D2550 Processor
  • Supports HD Video Hardware Encoding And Decoding
  • 2.5" Hard Drive/SSD Internal Drive Bay
  • 1x Realtek RTL8111E GbE
  • HDMI, VGA Secured Video Connection, Dual Independent Display
  • Mini-PCIe slot for WiFi, mSATA SSD Support Option
  • External Accessible SIM Socket For 3G/4G Module, 1x COM Port
  • VESA Mount Ready For Easy Installation And Mounting
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2 Comments on Habey Intros BIS-6621 Fanless Embedded System

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brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
We have something like this at work but they are AOpen Digital Engine boxes
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