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Two new motherboards from Review Display Systems


Embedded systems and display solutions provider, Review Display Systems (RDS) has announced the introduction of two new mini-STX format motherboards from Kontron, a global leader in embedded computing technology. The Kontron K3921-N and K3921-H support the powerful Alder Lake-N range of Intel processors with the latest UHD Gen12 graphics based on the Intel Xe architecture.

TheK3921-N industrial motherboard is equipped with two DisplayPorts v1.4, one DisplayPort via front USB type-C, an embedded DisplayPort and a dual-channel 24-bit LVDS interface which enables support for up to three independent displays with 4K resolution (2 x 4K and 1 x FHD).

The K3921-H mini-STX offers a cost-optimised version of the K3921-N with slightly reduced functionality. It is available with an Intel N100 processor and also offers two DisplayPort v1.4, 1 x eDP and 1 x USB Type-C (Alt mode). As with the K3921-N, the K3921-H can support three independent displays with up to 4K resolution.

Both motherboards share common features including support for up to 32GB of the latest DDR5 4800 memory technology, 2 x GbE LAN (1 x 1GbE, 1 x 2.5GbE), 2 x COM ports and adjustable CPU TDP make the board ideally suited for a wide range of industrial applications. The boards also feature two M.2 connectors, for storage and WiFi, as well as other interfaces such as GPIO and USB 3.2 Gen2. In addition, both boards feature up to nine USB ports (USB 3.2 Gen1/2, USB 2.0) and offer a dual power input (12v and 19-28v).

Made in Germany, the compact and reliable boards offer outstanding performance, functionality and cost-of-ownership in a compact mini-STX format. They are ideally suited for applications in industrial automation, medical equipment, digital signage, point of information and gaming. The mini-STX boards are designed and developed for continuous 24-hour operation.


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