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December 12, 2012 - Based on 1.86 GHz Intel Atom D2550 dual core processor, Model AMB-D255T1 includes DDR3 SO-DIMM up to 4 GB, mSATA socket with USB signals and SIM slot, and DC jack. Board also provides 4 x COM ports, 6 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x GbE RJ-45 port, and 1 x SATA port with power connector. Suitable for digital signage, POS, and thin client systems, AMB-D255T1 can support dual displays via VGA, HDMI, or LVDS and has one MiniPCIe slot for expansion.

Slim Mini-ITX Mainboard with Intel Atom Processor "Cedar Trial" D2550

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Acrosser Technology
11235 Knott Ave., Suite A
Cypress, CA, 90630

Press release date: December 4, 2012

Acrosser launches new slim Mini-ITX mainboard with Atom D2550, DDR3, HDMI, GbE, COM for Digital Signage and POS application.

Acrosser Technology Co. Ltd, global professional industrial and embedded computer provider, announces the new Mini-ITX mainboard, AMB-D255T1, which carries the Intel dual- core 1.86GHz Atom Processor D2550. AMB-D255T1 features powerful graphic performance via VGA and HDMI, DDR3 SO-DIMM support, mSATA socket with USB signals and SIM slot, and a DC jack for easy power in. AMB-D255T1 also provides complete I/O such as 4 x COM ports, 6 x USB2.0 ports, 1 x GbE RJ-45 port, 1 x SATA port with power connector.

AMB-D255T1 can support dual displays via VGA, HDMI or LVDS. AMB-D255T1 has one MiniPCIe type expansion slot with SIM card socket for customer's expansion. This expansion slot works with SATA and USB signals that can be equipped with mSATA storage module, Wi-Fi module, or 3G/4G telecommunication module.

Acrosser designs AMB-D255T1 as the slim type with single layer I/O ports to make the board total height less than 20mm, with external AC/DC power adaptor which is very suitable for applications with limited space likes Digital Signage, POS or thin client system.

Intel Atom D2550 1.86GHz
1 x DDR3 SO-DIMM up to 4GB
1 x VGA
1 x HDMI
1 x 24-bit LVDS
6 x USB2.0
4 x COM
1 x GbE (Realtek RTL8105E)
1 x PS/2 KB/MS
1 x MiniPCIe slot
1 x SATA with power connector
8-bit GPIO

The AMB-D255T1 is available in December, 2012. For more product information, please visit Acrosser product pages.

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Intel processor is the best processor and there is no doubt in it that it always produces good products..I had read its features above in the post and I must say it is quite impressive..

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