VIA unveils ultra-compact, fanless AMOS-3002 system

By Jos
May 18, 2012
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  1. VIA has unveiled a new ultra-compact PC aimed at use in the in-vehicle control, digital signage, and kiosk markets. Dubbed AMOS-3002, the device is powered by a dual-core, 1GHz Eden...

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  2. tonylukac

    tonylukac TS Evangelist Posts: 1,310   +57

    They have windows embedded and windows ce and can't have a separate tablet version. It seems like 13 year olds thought this up.
  3. You simply don't know what you're talking about. That's actually an excellent device. The inclusion of com ports and the fact that it's fanless opens a lot of doors. This isn't a consumer product at all. This could be used easily for point of sale systems. It could be screwed under counter tops and used as a cash register. Or like the article states, to power digital signs.

    If the device is three or four hundred dollars it'll be a hit all over the board. Many applications.

    The only thing I'd wonder is how much support it will have. What kind of drivers will they make for it? What kind of touch screens will work with it. Most POS systems run on Embedded so it will probably work well in that application.
  4. "Windows RT tablet OS for x86" - oops I meant windows 8 for x86, not RT. So many OS in 2012 getting confused lol

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