The LEC-7800, from Lanner Electronics, features the AMD 780E embedded chipset and is capable of rendering dual streams of HD video from three different video out ports: HDMI, VGA, and DVI-D. It can display on two full HD LCD or plasma screens. For wireless capability, the LEC-7800 can be ordered with an added on-board SIM card socket for a mini-PCIe 3G / GPS module. When installed with a SIM card, the LEC-7800 can send and receive information wirelessly. It is ideal for mobile signage applications. The LEC-7800 is available for sample orders immediately.
Lanner Electronics LEC-7800 Features
- AMD 780E + SB710 chipset
- AMD Socket AM2/Sempron support
- VGA, DVI-D and HDMI ports
- Slim 44mm case with heat dispersing fins
- Up to 4GB DDR2 memory
- Dual 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN
- USB x 4, COM x 1
- 2.5″ SATA HDD support
The Lanner LEC-7800′s AMD 780E chipset utilizes the power of integrated Radeon HD 3200 graphics with ATI Avivo HD technology to produce flawless HD quality playback on two screens. The 780E is AMD’s industrial grade answer to rising concerns of energy consumption. Even in full use this computer only uses only 35 – 45W, which translates directly to real-world cost savings.
In addition to the AMD 780E processor, the LEC-7800 can support up to 4 GB of dual channel memory and has a 2.5″ hard drive bay that supports a compact flash drive or a standard HDD. The LEC-7800 comes with 4 USB ports, 2 LAN ports, 8 lanes of DIDO, and 1 serial port. With so many options of standardized connectivity this LUGE IPC promises to be easily integrated into signage systems.
The LEC-7800 is designed for the mobile setting. The LEC-7800 has gone through vibration, shock, and temperature tests. The casing uses materials and specific design to remove heat from the core components.
More info: Lanner Electronics LEC-7800 (pdf)