ECN-581A: Multimedia Computer with Intel® Core(TM) i5-520M mobile processor

ECN-581A Dual DVI Display Multimedia Computer
Anewtech ECN-581A-QM57, a dual DVI Display Multimedia Box, delivers enhanced visual performance with its new generation Intel® Core(TM) i5-520M mobile processor and mobile Intel® QM57 Express Chipset. The Intel® QM57 chipset is the advanced version of Intel® HM55 and supports Intel® AMT 6.0 (Intel® Active Management Technology 6.0).

The ECN-581A-QM57 has a high performance graphics engine with full AVC, VC-1 and MPEG2 decoding acceleration as well as 1080 p HD digital output for large-sized displays making the ECN-581A-QM57 an ideal system for digital signage. The dual display feature is achieved through the dual DVI interfaces. The DVI-D connector supports up to 1920×1200 high resolution and the DVI-I connector also provides support for VGA output via DVI to VGA adaptor.

The integrated Intel® QM57 Express Chipset supports Intel® AMT 6.0 for remote management. The ECN-581A-QM57 features iEZman which allows remote IT support staff to remotely control and perform administrative tasks to better discover and protect networked computing assets through a graphical user interface in Windows. iEZman provides IT departments with remote client management, OOB (out-of-band) diagnostics and assets tracking regardless of system power or OS state to help reduce total cost of ownership and improve productivity. Benefits include better asset management, fewer desk side visits and downtime reduction.

To find out more about Anewtech ECN-581A, please contact the following:
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