Elo ECMG2 Computer Modules (for IDS -01 Series Displays)
- Designed specifically for the new series of Elo IDS touch displays (3201L, 4201L, 5501L, 7001L)
- No cables required – seamless docking integration.
- Choice of Intel® Core i3 3.30GHz or Core i5 3.60GHz processors.
- Available with Microsoft® Windows® 7 or without OS (either configurations can run Microsoft® Windows® 8), or Microsoft® Windows® Embedded 8.1 Industry (only available with Intel Core i5).
- 2 or 4 GB RAM, expandable up to 8GB RAM, and 320 GB, quick access hard drive.
- Multiple interfaces: 4 USB ports, Gigabit LAN, HDMI, Audio IN and OUT.
- Platform for collaboration, digital whiteboard, building directory, virtual receptionist and other applications.
- Vandal-resistant connector panel with included cable cover.
- 3 year global warranty.
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The Elo Interactive Digital Signage (IDS) touch platform enables increased customer engagement and immersive brand experiences by adding an exciting new dimension to traditional broadcast digital signage - the power of touch. Elo's ECMG2 computer modules, available for use with the Elo 3201L, 4201L, 5501L and 7001L IDS touchscreens are well-suited for interactive media delivery and online collaboration for modern office environments. The computer modules are easily installed into the IDS display – avoiding costs of in-wall installation of a traditional player or PC. Computer modules are available in a choice of two models: ECMG2-i3 based on a 3.3GHz Intel® Core i3 processor and HD2500 graphics; and ECMG2-i5 based on a 3.6GHz Intel® Core i5 processor and HD4000 graphics.
Centralized management and security capabilities of Microsoft® Windows® ensures compatibility with many content management servers and web-based consoles for seamless connection with the internet, digital marketing, interactive whiteboard, building directory, virtual receptionist, and point-of-information (POI) applications.
The ECMG2 computer modules can support optimal partitioning of locally cached and network stored content, allowing developers to monitor and deploy content via device-to-device or web connections.