IT hardware for IoT must work efficiently without extensive maintenance or complicated installation. With the PrimeMini IoT, this is achieved by bringing all the proven and highly valued benefits of Prime Computer Mini-PCs into a cost-optimized IoT device.
IT hardware for IoT must work efficiently without extensive maintenance or complicated installation. With the PrimeMini IoT, this is achieved by bringing all the proven and highly valued benefits of Prime Computer Mini-PCs into a cost-optimized IoT device. The fanless design with super-rugged special aluminum housing and high-quality components ensures unrivaled reliability even when used in very demanding environments. At the same time, the PrimeMini IoT has a sophisticated standard configuration. This maximizes compatibility and makes installation and integration a breeze.
The PrimeMini IoT is equipped with a proven Intel Celeron processor, 4 GB RAM, and 64 GB onboard MMC memory. The Lan-Port and integrated Intel Dual-Band Wi-Fi allow perfect integration into networks. Four USB ports, two HDMI ports, and Bluetooth provide additional connectivity. With dimensions of only 17.7 x 3.4 x 11.4 cm, the PrimeMini IoT is extremely compact for a passively cooled computer. This creates completely new possibilities of how and where the PrimeMini IoT can be placed. Especially in combination with our space-saving Vesa mount, which was specially developed for the PrimeMini IoT.
Compatible Operating Systems
CPU Quantity (Installed)
Intel Celeron N
1 x M.2
Intel HD Graphics
On Board Low-Profile DDR3 Dual-Channel
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