New family of flat-panel computers & monitors showcases latest technologies
Greenville, S.C. -Computer Dynamics introduces the Century-C/M Series, a family of enclosed flat panel computers and monitors available in four display sizes (10.4' VGA, 12.1' SVGA, 15' XGA and 18.1' SXGA). Century-C/M systems offer industrial and OEM users the latest technology with style. All units include a high-reliability analog resistive touchscreen for simple operator input. Enclosures are offered with or without a membrane keypad. Modular design allows quick and easy detachment of the front display unit from the rear electronics unit.
Century-C flat panel computers feature socket 370 Celeron CPUs to 500 MHz and the new C&T 69030 video controller, which handles display resolutions up to 1280x1024 with 24-bit color. The video chip's Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) further enhances video speed. Standard PC functionality includes two RS-232 ports, two RS-232/422 ports, parallel port, mouse and keyboard/speaker connectors (front and side-accessible), 10/100BaseT Ethernet and Sonalert output. A 6.4GB hard drive and 128MB DRAM are standard, along with a 1.44M front-accessible floppy drive. Century-C systems come with Windows 95, 98 or NT installed. An expansion chassis is also available, which provides two PCI and two ISA slots.
Century-M flat panel monitors accept standard analog video signals. The 12.1' display size and larger feature Computer Dynamics' Smart Size ability to expand and cleanly show lower resolution images on high-resolution screens.
Century-C/M Series enclosures are constructed of durable brushed aluminum, rear-vented for air flow. Designed to be panel-mounted, the front affords NEMA 4 protection. The membrane keypad provides alpha, numeric and punctuation keys, 10 function keys and arrow buttons, all with tactile feedback.
For more information on this system or full range of flat panel computers and monitors, visit the web site at www.cdynamics.com
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