Axiomtek has introduced the SDM300S, a signage computer module with the latest small Intel Smart Display Module (Intel SDM-S) architecture. The SDM300S is powered by the onboard Intel Pentium processor N4200 or Celeron processor N3350 with the Intel HD Graphics 505 or 500 chipset. It can be externally plugged or integrated into a display and is well-suited for space-constricting applications. The smart display module is optimized for digital signage, interactive kiosk, point of sale (POS) and video wall applications.
The all-in-one SDM300S measures only 100 mm x 60 mm (roughly the size of a credit card) and doesn’t have a housing, so it is well-suited for thin displays. The Intel SDM Small (Intel SDM-S) module has one GbE LAN port (built-in Intel Ethernet controller i211AT) and two USB 3.0 ports. The SDM300S has high-speed PCIe connectivity with a custom I/O receptacle board that eliminates the need for external I/Os. It has built-in USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, Serial TX/RX and I2C signals. Additionally, one M.2 Key E 2230 slot is available for a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth module. The SDM300S features one 4 GB or 8 GB LPDDR4 memory onboard, plus an onboard 32/64GB eMMC.
According the company, the SDM300S was developed for the interactive whiteboard and digital signage markets. It can be easily connected to a SDM-compliant display via its high-speed PCIe edge connector–which supports 4K resolution displays and video capture.
Some Key Features:
- Intel Smart Display Module Small (Intel SDM-S) specification Intel Pentium processor N4200 or Celeron processor N3350
- Option of 4 GB or 8 GB LPDDR4 memory onboard
- 32/64 GB eMMC onboard
- One M.2 Key E 2230 slot for Wi-Fi or Bluetooth options
- One GbE LAN and two USB 3.0 ports
- Small design for easy integration into slim displays
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