What You Need to Know About Single Board Computers

A staple for most digital displays in businesses are Single Board Computers (SBCs). If you’re not familiar with this device, or the SBCs we offer at Apollo — fear not, since this blog will answer all of your Single Board Computer questions! Sit back, relax, and learn a fact (or two) about SBCs:

What is a Single Board Computer?

Unlike a traditional system, a Single Board Computer is a small, functioning computer that is completely built on a single circuit. The reason why this little device is so powerful is that it can integrate the functionality of a standard motherboard — and won’t take up a lot of room in the process.

Why is it Beneficial to Have?

As mentioned earlier, a Single Board Computer is quite the advancement since it can function as a full-sized unit — but on a much smaller scale. That’s right: if you’re looking to use a SBC from Apollo, you’ll not only receive exceptional service, but our SBC is durable and built to stand the test of time! It’s truly a great investment for any business or project!

What is an Apollo Single Board Computer?

When you purchase a product from Apollo Display Technologies, not only are you purchasing a top-of-the-line part that will serve your business with distinction, but it will also be highly efficient, too. If you’re looking into purchasing a Single Board Computer from Apollo, it’s important to know that your product will be 8.89cm and will come equipped with MinilTX in the industrial sector. In addition, if you’re looking for a kit solution, then this Single Board Computer will be the perfect choice for you and your display!

As the global leader in optical bonding, Apollo Display Technologies supports you in all project phases – from the construction of the metal housing and procurement of specific parts to in-house development of controller boards and touchscreen integration. In need of a product, part, or have a project in mind? Contact us today at (631) 580-4360 or click here for more information.

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Apollo - November 22, 2017

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