Santa Fe Springs, Calif. - The DPX80, Densitron's Pentium-based video gaming platform, has gained approval for use in casino video slot-machine games. The 32-bit industrial single-board computer uses the ConnectBus interface, which allows the whole computer board to be easily removed for service or upgrade. The company says the unit provides a powerful graphics, processing and audio platform in a highly integrated computer board.
Features include a PCI accelerated Fast Ethernet LAN controller (100 Mbits/second with remote boot option), a PCI 64-bit accelerated LCD/CRT graphics controller with digital LVDS/PanelLink interface, and a PCI Ultra DMA/33 EIDE controller (bootable with up to four devices supported). The unit offers expansion for PCI, ISA and PC/104 buses, an analog video input port, a 2-Mbyte boot ROM socket and 128-kbyte battery-backed scratchpad SRAM touchscreen controller for four, five or eight wire touchscreens (10-bit 1,024 x 1,024 resolution). A Microtouch Excalibur ClearTek touchscreen controller, a DiskOnChip flash disk socket to 144-Mbyte (bootable), and a 16-bit stereo sound system with amplified outputs (2 watts/channel) are also offered.
The unit is priced at $550 each for 1,000 pieces (without CPU and RAM). Delivery is stock to 12 weeks ARO.
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