Logic Supply is always looking towards the future, and a few glimpses of that future have become reality. Check out the two new Intel Bay Trail powered PCs we’ve just released and stay tuned for a more indepth look at Bay Trail.
Intel’s First Bay Trail NUC
While the Forest Canyon is not an industrial PC, we love the NUC form factor. In particular, we are excited about Bay Trail –Intel’s low power, high efficiency processor architecture– coming to the Next Unit of Computing (NUC). This little guy is the first Bay Trail NUC on the market, so we’ll show this little 4.5″ x 4.26″ beauty some love. Its perfect for light duty work as a media player, digital signage or even desktop replacement.
- Bay Trail Dual core – Celeron N2820 CPU 7.5 W TDP
- Intel HD Graphics
- HDMI, LAN, 3 USB (1x 3.0)
- Supports 2.5” HDD/SSD
Take a Peek at the POC-200, the Rugged Bay Trail
Powered by the new Bay Trail Quad Core, The POC-200 is a little computer packing a bigger punch than its predecessor (the POC-100) in the same tiny package. At the size of about a few smartphones stacked on top of each other (5.9″ x 2.28″ x 4.13″), it’s designed to fit in small locations like surveillance camera (CCTV) enclosures. It’s rugged fanless design makes it a brilliant choice for embedded networking in particulate-rich environments.
- Bay Trail Quad-Core E3845 CPU
- 64-bit, Linux-compatible, 8 GB RAM
- 4 COM, 2 LAN
- DVI-I, 3 USB 3.0 + 1x 2.0
- -25~70 C Op Temp range
- Available with 2 PoE 802.3AT ports