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Axiomtek 21.5-inch GOT3217W-845-PCT with 10-point Multi-touch

Published: Feb 13,2017

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Axiomtek is unveiling the GOT3217W-845-PCT, a slim-type 21.5-inch Full HD multi-touch panel PC powered by the Intel Pentium processor N3710 (formally codename: Braswell). The industrial grade touch panel PC adopts a 21.5” FHD TFT wide screen LCD display with 10-point multi-touch projected capacitive technology and 250 nits brightness.

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“The widescreen GOT3217W-845-PCT features an IP65-rated water/dust-proof front bezel and is able to withstand temperature range from 0°C to 45°C. Operational vibration resistance is up to 1G. Designed to offer a better viewing and operating experience, the power-efficient 21.5” touch panel PC supports Full HD resolution and 10-point multi-touch screen,” said Raymond Liao, product manager of Product PM Division at Axiomtek. This 21.5-inch WXGA touch panel system also supports Windows 10 and Windows 10 IoT.

The 21.5” industrial human machine interface provides two PCI Express Mini Card slots and WLAN antennas for 3G and wireless network connectivity. You can load up to 8GB of DDR3L-1333/1600 RAM via one socket. One 2.5” SATA HDD and one mSATA are available for sufficient storage.

Other I/O features include two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, two Gigabit Ethernet, one HDMI, one audio (line-out), one RS-232 and one RS-232/422/485 ports. The Braswell quad-core Intel Pentium-based GOT3217W-845-PCT offers flexible mounting options including VESA arm, desktop stand and wall mount.

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