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World’s first 4K Chrome solution launched

AOPEN has launched the world’s first commercial-grade Chromebox that can power ultra-high definition (UHD) 4K screens.

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The AOPEN Chromebox 2

The product provides users with more power, high quality graphics and the ability to support Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) in their work.

Users of Chromebox Commercial 2 can power two 4K displays at 30 fps (frames-per-second) and one 4K display at 60 fps via HDMI 2.0. The box features three USB 3.1 ports; two USB 2.0 ports; an RJ50 serial connector; and HDMI 1.4b and 2.0 ports.

The slim, ruggedised and fanless design is water and dust-resistant and includes a remote power switch.

AOPEN debuted the Chromebox Commercial 2 at this year’s Digital Signage Expo (DSE) 2019 in Las Vegas. The firm will also be exhibiting its new solution at the Google Cloud Next 2019 conference in San Francisco on April 9th, 2019.

As the only provider of commercial Chrome, AOPEN continues to be the smart choice for enterprise digital transformation projects

Commenting on the launch, Aaron Pompey, general manager of AOPEN America says: “As the only provider of commercial Chrome, AOPEN continues to be the smart choice for enterprise digital transformation projects.

“With this next-gen product, AOPEN not only introduces the world’s first 4K commercial Chrome solution, but also continues its unique multi-tiered relationship with Google.”

AOPEN has been specialising in industrial and commercial products and global certified services including industrial PC products for process control and data acquisition, as well as AIoT technologies for 21 years.

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