Adlink unveiled a “Smart Touch Computer” family offered in three sizes, and with Intel or ARM CPUs, two touch options, and Linux or Windows embedded OSes.
The Adlink “Smart Touch Computer” (STC) family is debuting this month with three Intel-based models running Windows, to be followed by three ARM-based Linux models in February and support for Linux on the Intel-based models in the second half of the year. This symmetry is made possible through the use of SMARC computer-on-modules, plugged into a common carrier board inside each system, which allows for easy differentiation of the CPU and also supports future upgradability.
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