AOPEN DE5500 – SFF PC features 7th generation Intel® Core

AOPEN DE5500 – SFF PC features 7th generation Intel® Core

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The Digital Engine DE5500 is supported by the 7th generation Intel® Core(available in i3, i5 and i7). It consumes little power due to the of this mobile processor. It supports a DDR4 dual channel memory with a maximum capacity of 32GB. The standard Digital Engine small form factor can easily be integrated into a kiosk or behind a screen for a digital signage application. Furthermore, the latest AOPEN intelligent Control Unit (AiCU) is optional. This feature provides an easy management tool that can monitor and control the device.

Small form factor

This form factor ensures an easy integration into kiosks or behind screens. The AOPEN small form factor is a standard that is used for Digital Engine (DE) models. The size of our Digital Engine series is set to maximum 166x48x177 mm. Its width set to 166 mm. Do the math and you will see that a Digital Engine is an investment that will last, even after replacing the item in a kiosk or mount that already exists.

Trusted Platform Module 2.0

The TPM is a dedicated micro controller, designed to secure hardware through integrated cryptographic keys. This means the data on your hard drive will be encrypted to ensure your data is safe, even when your device gets stolen.

Intel Core-i Desktop platform

The DEX5550 and the DE5550 are both based on the Intel Core-I platform. More specifically, on the 6th generation Kaby Lake platform technology. These computing devices are available in i3, i5 and i7, and therefore in different SKU’s.

Integrated HEVC/H.265 10bit codec

These units support native hardware decoding for modern codecs like the HEVC/H265 10 bit. Offloading the CPU, the GPU handles the decoding of the video. This creates a fluent playback up to 60fps.

More information

No pricing or availability information was provided for the Digital Engine DE5500. More information may be found in the DE5500 announcement and product page.

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