Rugged, powerful, affordable: new AOPEN DE3250 media player
Ultra-thin, fanless design ideal for tough environments or moving vehicles
A new fanless, ultra-thin media player, the Digital Engine DE3250, has been unveiled by digital signage specialist AOPEN. Containing no ventilation holes, it's perfect for use in rugged, dusty environments or moving vehicles.
The DE3250, based on Intel® N2930 SoC, features high-tech "cooling ribs" which maximizes the use of the available airflow and dissipation of heat. This makes it ideal for low-noise environments such as hospitals and libraries. The system is exceptionally shock proof thanks to its fanless design and the solid-state disk (SSD).
Stephen Borg, Global Director of Strategy & Marketing at AOPEN, says even though its thin (25mm/0.98inch) size, the DE3250 is exceptionally robust and powerful.
"Reliability is critical for media players. Whether you're digitizing your menu boards in the restaurant, or want to use digital signage in a bus or train, the DE3250 can handle a wide range of environments. Digital signage in a moving vehicle involves challenges such as fluctuating temperatures, shock and vibration, but the DE3250 overcomes all of these," says Stephen Borg.
The DE3250 is built with the Intel® Celeron® quad-core Processor N2930, based on a new low-power, high-performance microarchitecture.