AAEON, a leading producer of industrial motherboards, has released the MIX-ALND1, a versatile Mini-ITX board that supports Intel Processor N-series CPUs. Powered by either the Intel Processor N97 or the Intel Processor N50, the MIX-ALND1 offers users flexible 4800MHz DDR5 system memory via the SODIMM slot. This provides high-bandwidth data transmission for the board’s dual Realtek RTL8111H-CG Ethernet, dual USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and numerous internal pin headers providing functions such as RS-232/422/485, Digital I/O, and HD audio.
As with all platforms based on the new Intel Processor N-series, the MIX-ALND1 is equipped with Intel UHD Graphics. AAEON’s board design takes advantage of this package with an intricate configuration of display options, which consist of HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.4 for resolutions of up to 4K @60Hz, along with an 18/24-bit dual-channel LVDS connector (colay with eDP), resulting in the capacity to support three simultaneous displays.
Much like its system memory, the MIX-ALND1’s storage is flexible, with SATA III joined by an M.2 2280 M-Key offering NVMe, PCIe, or additional SATA storage options. Its other expansion slots include an M.2 3042/3052 B-Key and an M.2 2230 E-Key, which provide support for Wi-Fi, 5G, and AI acceleration modules.
Given its efficient processor platform, multiple display configurations, and high density of internal pin connectors, AAEON have earmarked the MIX-ALND1 as a cost-friendly, low power solution for markets such as machine automation, advanced gaming, and point-of-sale and kiosk machines.
The MIX-ALND1 is now in mass production and available for order both via the AAEON eShop and its standard sales channels.
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