“The MANO561, with its 20mm IO height, is ideal for space-constrained environments,” said Axiomtek product manager Kenny Lin. “Supporting multiple displays, a large number of I/O interfaces, and a wide input voltage allow users to perform adequate AI applications in various needs such as industrial automation, medicine, digital signage and self-service kiosks” – operates from 12 to 24 V and from 0 to 60 °C.
With the Intel H610 chipset, it is designed for i9, i7, i5 or i3 Pentium Gold or Celeron processors up to 65W. Dual 260-pin DDR4-3200/2666/2400 SO-DIMM sockets provide space for RAM up to 64 GB.
Three displays are served by Intel UHD graphics and two HDMI ports, one LVDS (eDP option) and one VGA port, and audio via the HD codec.