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Lanner Electronics has launched the LEC-7020, an Intel Atom-based industrial computer with 3G, GPS and wi-fi capabilities.

The small form-factor computer has a VGA, COM, DIO, four USB ports, and an optional LVDS output.

The LEC-7020 is said to feature a simplified design, allowing quick component installation.

With an onboard SIM card socket and the mini PCIe attached to a 3G/GPS minicard module, the LEC-7020 can send GPS signals and communicate via a 3G modem.

Internet is enabled through two GbE ports and optional wi-fi module.

To drive digital content the LEC-7020 has an integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics engine and features a VGA port and an optional LVDS port.

The addition of an LVDS port is said to allow for direct computer-to-panel connection and reduce deployment costs for system integrators.

Lanner Electronics said the LEC-7020 is designed for rapid hardware installation.

The four screws at the bottom of the chassis double as base pads.

After removing the two side screws and the base pads, the platform opens on a hinge, allowing easy access to the motherboard.

Built around the 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 and 945GSE chipset, the LEC-7020 is said to offer reasonable performance for mainstream digital signage applications.

Internally, this machine holds a 2.5in Sata HDD and a Compactflash socket, and supports Windows XP 32-bit, XPe, and Linux kernel 2.6.16 and above.

The system supports up to 2GB of memory through a single Sodimm socket.

The LEC-7020 is a SFF computer that measures only 42mm in height.

The LEC-7020 offers four USB 2.0 ports, a serial port, a DIO port and audio in/out jacks.

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