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Adlink Technology has released a fanless embedded computer, the MXC-6300.

Equipped with third generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors and a QM77 chipset, the MXC-6300 delivers high computing power and graphic performance over up to three high-resolution independent displays, with versatile expansion capability from three PCI/PCIe expansion slots accommodating a variety of I/O cards.

Adlink says the MXC-6300's combined features make it the best choice for any application requiring a compact profile, maximum computing power and graphic performance, and strong I/O capability in environmentally challenging applications, including machine vision, factory automation, maritime automation and video surveillance.

The MXC-6300 has graphic processing power with up to 40 per cent increased performance per watt compared to designs based on the second-generation Intel Core processors. It supports three simultaneous independent displays via two display ports with VGA or DVI-D. The MXC-6300 is suitable for imaging applications such as medical, surveillance, and industrial automation.