Monday, March 24th 2014

Small PC Upgrades Rugged iBrick Computer with Intel's 4th Generation Haswell Mo

Small PC Computers of Clearwater Florida, a manufacturer of rugged computer solutions, has released its latest iBrick rugged computer model SC215ML. The iBrick is an all-weather Intel i-series computer designed and tested for reliable operation in extreme environments. In a compact brick size package of only 8" x 5" x 3", this high performance computer is under 3lbs and operates silently, with no moving parts.

Small PC's unique heat pipe assembly, combined with a set of waterproof connectors and cables, provides a high performance computer that is sealed to dirt, dust and water. Standard configurations include a 4th Generation Intel Mobile Core i3 processor and HD 4400 Graphics engine. Basic I/O includes a RJ45 Ethernet port, 3 USB ports and a HDMI Video port. Extra Ethernet and USB ports are optional.

The 4th generation Intel cpu upgrade also includes support for standard mobile SATA hard drives as well as upgrades to USB 3.0 ports. Configuration options include memory to 16GB, solid state flash drives to 512G, RS232/RS422 serial ports, Wireless LAN and Bluetooth. The unit also supports dual video options with a second HDMI or Thunderbolt port. An optional intelligent vehicle power supply is available with support for 6-32V DC input and special features such as intelligent shut down and vehicle ignition on/off support. All configurations include the operating system installed and tested with OS support for various Linux and MS-Windows versions including XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Basic configurations of the iBrick start at $1495.00 USD.
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5 Comments on Small PC Upgrades Rugged iBrick Computer with Intel's 4th Generation Haswell Mo

#1
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
Bad name for computer hardware. iBrick sounds like a GPU BIOS wrecking device from Apple.
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Dj-ElectriC
iBlame Apple for all iProduct naming these days. It's absolutely horrible and must be over.
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stazorm
by: Dj-ElectriC
iBlame Apple for all iProduct naming these days. It's absolutely horrible and must be over.
lol... I know what you mean..
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#4
Patriot
Just because Apple failed to learn how to capitalize names doesn't mean everyone else should follow suit.
Besides, isn't iBrick taken? I thought that's what all non-working Apple devices were called.
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tjmagneto
by: Patriot
Just because Apple failed to learn how to capitalize names doesn't mean everyone else should follow suit.
Besides, isn't iBrick taken? I thought that's what all non-working Apple devices were called.
There's always iBricked.
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