Difference between revisions of "Fitlet-H & fitlet-T"

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* [[fitlet-H/T Hardware Documentation]]
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* [[fitlet-H/T Supported Features | fitlet-H/T Supported Features]]
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Revision as of 11:45, 4 November 2015


fitlet-H and fitlet-T are fully functional miniature computers build around AMD Embedded “Steppe Eagle” 64-bit quad core System-on-Chip.

fitlet-H built in a hardened enclosure around the 4.5W quad-core A10 Micro-6700T with Radeon™ R6 Graphics, clocked up to 2.2 GHz with up to 16 GB RAM, and provides more thermal headroom than other fitlet models. fitlet-H is suitable for harsh environments thanks to its passively cooled all-metal housing design.
fitlet-T is the most powerful version of fitlet computers, built in a hardened ribbed enclosure around even more powerful AMD GX-424CC device (25W TDP and clock speeds up to 2.4GHz) with Radeon R5E Graphics.

fitlet serves a wide range of applications – industrial control and automation, networking and communications infrastructures, media players and media centers, IPTV, infotainment system, digital signage and smart kiosks, gaming or small-footprint desktop replacement.

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Note: fitlet-H/T port structure and capabilities identical to fit-PC4

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