ACROSSER Technology, a world-leading industrial computer manufacturer, announces its participation in Embedded World 2014 from February 25-27, 2014. The event will take place in Nuremberg, Germany. We warmly invite all customers to come and meet us in Hall 5, booth number: 5-305!
At Embedded World 2014, Acrosser Technology will showcase its NEW embedded system product, AES-HM76Z1FLand its In-Vehicle Computer, AIV-HM76V0FL. Both products will be displayed in LIVE DEMO, showing its stability and high performance to the audience. What’s more, Acrosser will select its most favored mini-ITX boards from among our loyal customers, being demonstrated as a featured zone inside the booth. Make sure you do not miss our mini-ITX collection!
For gaming applications, Acrosser will exhibit the All-in-One Gaming Board, AMB-A55EG1. The board features great computing and graphic performance, and high compatibility on multiple operating systems. If you are looking for a gaming system, do not miss our AGS-HM76G1. It is a cost-effective PC-based gaming solution that can be easily applied to your VLT, amusement, and slot machines.
In addition, Acrosser will also stress its focus on networking appliances. With a series of products being showcased, we are ready to be your solution provider! We look forward to making your embedded idea a reality, and we cordially invite you to visit our booth and discover our outstanding products.
Feel free to pay us a visit in Hall 5 at Booth 5-305!
Acrosser Technology Co., Ltd.
For more information, please visit to Acrosser Technology website
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