NEXCOM’s KPPC 1812 Facilitates the Rise of Smart Kiosks, Targeting IoT Applications

NEXCOM’s KPPC 1812 Facilitates the Rise of Smart Kiosks, Targeting IoT Applications
NEXCOM International Co., Ltd. (Taiwan) - NEXCOM has released the Kiosk Panel PC KPPC 1812 to help build a smart future-proof kiosk that can evolve with changing needs of retail and hospitality industries. Based on Intel® Celeron® processor J1900, the KPPC 1812 can power multimedia contents for advertising and enable multiple ways of user interaction for self-servicing. The KPPC 1812 is designed with expansion flexibility and ease of use and maintenance and can maximize kiosk uptime and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) for users.

The kiosk panel PC 1812 is powered by quad core Intel® Celeron® processor J1900 and is built with an 18.5-inch 16:9 widescreen P-cap touch monitor and a 2-megapixel front camera. Featuring outstanding computing and Full HD multimedia capabilities, the KPPC 1812 provides high responsiveness and supports multi-touch gesture for use in advertising, information lookup, camera-aided CRM analysis, video chat drive through ordering and other retail and hospitality applications.

To enable a greater extent of self-service, the KPPC 1812 is equipped with a wide set of I/O interfaces and peripheral options. The KPPC 1812 can not only be customized with commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) peripherals but also supply power to the external devices. NEXCOM has also developed QR code scanner, NFC reader, and thermal printer modules to build up, for instance, mobile payment function whilst reducing the wiring and simplifying peripheral integration.

To enhance kiosk reliability, the KPPC 1812 is fanless and durable to withstand intensive use on a daily basis. Moreover, the KPPC 1812 is easy to maintain. By removing a maximum of six screws, users can replace the existing motherboard, hard drive, system memory, and touch monitor with a new one so the KPPC 1812 can significantly increase uptime and lower TCO of kiosk solutions.

Main Features:
  • Quad core Intel® Celeron® processor J1900 2GHz
  • 18.5" WXGA (1366x768) P-cap zero bezel touch display
  • 2MP front webcam with autofocus
  • 4GB of DDR3L SO-DIMM memory
  • 320GB 5,400rpm 2.5" HDD
  • Ultra slim 64.5mm
  • VESA mounting (100x100mm)
  • 24VDC 120W Power brick

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