Category Archives: 3.5 SBC

Acrosser’s Customer Satisfaction Level Remains Remarkably High

In October 2019, acrosser Technology conducted a satisfaction survey with primary customers – regarding all the services and products we provide. Overall satisfaction toward Acrosser Technology’s product and service remains remarkably high. The survey conveyed a positive message. In general, … Continue reading

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Product Video Release: Acrosser revealed its Vortex86DX3 processor fan-less ISA Half-Size single board computer

Today, acrosser Technology announced its fan-less ISA Half-Size single-board computer, AMB-VDX3H1, based upon the ultra-low-power Vortex86DX3 processor with wired networking capability. Acrosser AMB-VDX3H1 is a fan-less ISA Half-Size SBC with PC/104 & ISA Interface featuring the latest generation DM&P® Vortex86DX3® SOC processor with Onboard DDR3 512MB to … Continue reading

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Acrosser Technology has released a brand new entry-level 3.5” single board computer.

In order to serve more customers and markets, acrosser Technology has released a brand new entry-level 3.5” single-board computer. This cost-effective AMB-BT19S1, an embedded CPU board at 3.5” form factor, is compact but come with rich I/O ports for high flexibility and easy expansion … Continue reading

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Introducing Acrosser Official Youtube Channel.

acrosser, is 100% committed to providing its OEM/ ODM/ JDM and end-user clientele with high-quality innovative embedded computer solutions and networking appliances for shorter time-to-market and in achieving higher competence to win business opportunities in the market place. Acrosser is … Continue reading

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Acrosser revealed its first Vortex86DX3 processor fan-less ISA Half-Size SBC

Today, acrosser Technology announced its fan-less ISA Half-Size single board computer, AMB-VDX3H1, based upon the ultra-low-power Vortex86DX3 processor with wired networking capability. Acrosser AMB-VDX3H1 is a fan-less ISA Half-Size SBC with PC/104 & ISA Interface featuring the latest generation DM&P® Vortex86DX3® SOC processor with Onboard DDR3 512MB … Continue reading

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The Best-Selling Mini-iTX solution- Acrosser’s AMB-H81T3 embedded motherboard

acrosser Mini-ITX computer boards offer a wide selection of processors, abundant peripheral I/Os, different format of expansions in a compact form factor. They can easily apply to various applications. For a long time, Mini-iTX embedded motherboard and system are the best-selling products among our … Continue reading

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Built-in Intel low power Bay Trail CPU, AMB-BT19S1 could run in applications that demand reliable operation

In order to serve more customers and markets, acrosser Technology has released a brand new entry-level 3.5” single board computer. This cost-effective AMB-BT19S1, an embedded CPU board at 3.5” form factor, is compact but come with rich I/O ports for high flexibility and easy … Continue reading

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Acrosser revealed its Vortex86DX3 processor fan-less ISA Half-Size single board computer

Today, acrosser Technology announced its fan-less ISA Half-Size single board computer, AMB-VDX3H1, based upon the ultra-low power Vortex86DX3 processor with wired networking capability. Acrosser AMB-VDX3H1 is a fan-less ISA Half-Size SBC with PC/104 & ISA Interface featuring the latest generation DM&P® Vortex86DX3® SOC processor with Onboard DDR3 … Continue reading

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For the very first time, Acrosser offers all customers a real bargain at the very low price

Today, acrosser Technology announces a spring sale to all customers. In this special promotion, Acrosser offers a cost-effective 3.5” embedded CPU board, AMB-BT19S1, at US$175 only for MOQ 100pcs. AMB-BT19S1, an embedded CPU board at 3.5” form factor, is compact but come with rich I/O … Continue reading

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OEM development dilemma versus transitional facts

OEMs also face the challenge of implementing this state-of-the-art technology in their new or existing applications, including validation and verification of the applications’ functionality and access to hardware functions and I/Os. To reduce the amount of R&D work, lower costs … Continue reading

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