PC manufacturer SimpleNUC has just launched an ultra-compact (UCFF) product and was one of the first devices to use AMD Ryzen embedded processors. Sequoia UCFF PC is a rugged commercial system for applications such as edge data analysis, electronic kiosks and digital signage, and can operate at humidity of up to 95% and temperature 60 degrees C.
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On the configuration side, SimpleNUC offers two versions for Sequoia UCFF:
(1) Sequoia v6 based on AMD dual-core Ryzen V1605B processor, integrated AMD Radeon Vega 8 GPU, supplemented by 4GB DDR4 RAM plus 128GB SSD, sold for 445 pounds (4025 RMB);
(2) Sequoia v8 is based on the AMD quad-core Ryzen V1807B processor, integrated with the AMD Radeon Vega 11 GPU, supplemented by 4GB DDR4 RAM plus 128 GB SSD, sold for 560 pounds (5065 RMB).
As a flexible system for a wide range of applications, all SimpleNUC Sequoia UCFF PCs offer a wide range of connectivity options:
Includes Wi-Fi 5 plus Bluetooth 5, optional 4G/LTE modem, dual Gigabit Ethernet interface (Intel i210-LM), dual mini-DP video output, peri-pass RS-232 / RS-485 output, optional microSD reader, and multiple USB 3.1 Gen 2 interfaces.
Like other products offered by SimpleNUC, it also supports tailored to customer needs. Both new products will be available from November 2019, with a seven-year delivery period and a five-year warranty.