AAEON BOXER-6404 Bay Trail Embedded Computer Comes with 4 GbE Ports, 2 HDMI Outputs

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AAEON has recently launched BOXER-6404 embedded box PC suitable to industrial application, powered by Intel Celeron J1900 “Bay Trail-D” or Celeron N2807 “Bay Trail-M” processor, with up to 8GB RAM, a CFast slot, four Gigabit Ethernet ports, and to HDMI outputs.

Aaeon_BOXER-6404BOXER-6404 mini PC specifications:

  • System Memory – 1x 204-pin DDR3L SODIMM slot for up to 4GB RAM with N2807), and up to 8GB RAM with J1900
  • Storage – CFast Slot
  • Video and Audio Output – 1x or 2x HDMI ports
  • Connectivity –  2x or 4x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 ports
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 ports, 1x USB 3.0 port
  • Serial – 1x RS232 DB9 port
  • Expansion – 1x mini card with USB interface only
  • Misc – Power button
  • Power — 12V DC via lockable DC jack; ATX mode (optional for AT by jumper/BIOS settings)
  • Dimensions – 166 x 107 x 30mm
  • Weight – 1.3 kg
  • Temperature Range – -30 to 65°C (N2807) with 0.5 m/s airflow
  • Anti-vibration – 5 Grms/ 5 ~ 500Hz/ operation (CFast)
  • Anti-shock – 50 G peak acceleration (11 msec. duration, CFastTM)
  • MTBF – 152,670 hours

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Four models of the fanless computer are available with combination of 1 or 2 HDMI ports, and 2 or 4 Ethernet ports. An optional VESA/Din-rail kit is also available for mounting it on walls. The device supports Windows 10/8.1/7, Windows Embedded 8/7, and  Fedora Linux.

The embedded computer is available now at an undisclosed price. Documentation such as product brief and user’s manual, as well as drivers and BIOS download can be found on AAEON BOXER-6404 product page.

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Considering it’s an industrial PC maker, it’ll be expensive. A rough guess is $500+

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This product was announced on October 19th, 2015.

It is being sold by Acqushop for $320, presumably USD, since ACQU Group (a Taiwanese corporation) has a branch office in Brea, CA.

http://www.acqushop.com/home/index.php?id_product=87&controller=product

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Aaeon is btw the company behind the up-board…

to quote
http://www.up-board.org/#intro
“UP is produced by Aaeon, industrial embedded company of Asus group.”

I would like to see a review of the Up (apparently, they even will offer a 4GB DDR3 model), but it is not yet available… ūüėČ

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It’s unfortunate that the processors don’t have the AES-NI feature. That would be useful for faster encrypting and decrypting, something I demand in a router.