Rugged Micro-ATX motherboards with Intel Core i7 microprocessors offered by AAEON

Posted by John Keller

TAIPEI, Taiwan, 19 May 2013. AAEON in Taipei, Taiwan, is introducing the IMBM-H61A and IMBM-H61B Micro-ATX industrial motherboards with support for 2nd and 3rd Generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors with onboard Intel H61 chipset for rugged applications like ATMs and service kiosks.

The IMBM-H61A embedded computing board features one VGA, one DVI, one Dual Channel LVDS port, and one PCI expansion slot, whereas the IMBM-H61B offers two VGA, and one LVDS for dual independent displays and two PCI expansion slots. In addition, offer support for Intel Pentium processors plus 13 COM ports for standardized connectivity and easy access to console and other functions.

For enhanced connectivity with peripheral devices, the IMBM-H61A/B offer eight USB 2.0 (4 ports on the rear I/O coastline), an 8-bit digital I/O interface and two onboard Gigabit Ethernet ports with Wake-On-LAN.

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Storage comes from three SATA 3-gigabit-per-second and optional onboard CFast storage card with improved read/write performance over traditional CF Card systems, while offering anti-vibration, advanced wear-leveling and low power consumption.

Motherboards support as much as 16 gigabytes of DDR3 1333/1600 MHz system memory, status monitoring and a programmable watchdog timer for added system security.

The Intel H61 Express Chipset offers scalability and cost optimization solutions to system integrators and enhances the IMBM-H61A/ B Micro-ATX motherboard's excellent value/performance advantages. In addition, the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator engine enables rich multimedia content to be displayed at Full HD resolutions via compatible display types.

IMBM-H61A/B supports most common operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 7 and Linux Fedora. For more information contact AAEON online at

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