? The NANO-002: Industrial Power in the Palm of Your Hand
 
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The NANO-002: Industrial Power in the Palm of Your Hand

Published: Sep 11,2018

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AAEON, a global leader in the development of innovative IPC solutions, launches the NANO-002, a mini PC with the power and flexibility to manage tough applications in the factory, office, and off-site locations.

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Fitted with a 6th generation Intel Core or Celeron 3955U CPU, the NANO-002 is a low-power-consumption unit with fast, dependable processing speeds. With the option of two SODIMM sockets, users can take advantage of up to 32G dual-channel DDR4 memory, and additional storage is available via an M.2 M Key, which enables PCIe[x4] and SATA slots.

The NANO-002 is ideal for media player, digital signage and POS applications. Its dual HDMI ports enable 4K Ultra HD graphics on two displays. With a COM port, two LAN ports, and four USB3.0 ports, the PC can easily be connected to a range of other devices, and an M.2 E Key enables greater system flexibility.

As an industrial solution, the NANO-002 offers protection against vibrations and sudden impacts, and the system has 12V-5%~19V+10% wide voltage power support. The PC is available in either fanless (NANO-002N) or fan-assisted (NANO-002F) configurations, giving users the choice of 0oC~40oC or 0oC~50oC operating temperature ranges.

“There are other mini PCs on the market, but nothing can match the NANO-002’s range of features and industrial-grade strength, reliability, and resilience,” said AAEON product manager Lauren Luo.

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