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Teguar is pleased to announce the release of a new rugged box PC that will leave you wondering, "How did they fit so many inputs and outputs onto this tiny little box PC?"
The TB-3445 Rugged Mini PC is the only product in the TB-3445 series, and you'll soon understand why only one model was needed to represent this line. This slim, compact box pc comes standard with 11 inputs and outputs, including three USB slots (one 2.0 and two 3.1), two LAN inputs, a micro SD slot, and a highly versatile Display Port. Additionally, the TB-3445 comes standard with two COM ports, but Teguar also offers the option to switch out these ports in favor of a 16 channel GPIO.
As with all of Teguar's mini rugged box PCs, the TB-3445 comes equipped with a fanless cooling solution. Combine that with this PC's tiny form factor and you're left with a box PC that can fit nearly anywhere. Use the TB-3445's provided DIN rail mount or your own custom mounting solution to install this machine wherever you need its processing power.
Speaking of processing power, the TB-3445 comes with an N3350 Dual Core Intel processor and runs at speeds of up to 2.4 GHz. Four or eight gigabytes of memory support and up to 256GB of storage support allow this rugged mini PC to handle a myriad of industrial applications.
Put Teguar's newest box PC to the test—order your demo unit by contacting a sales representative today.
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Matt Nadolny is the Marketing Manager for Teguar Computers. Though he has always had an interest in technology, joining the team in 2020 marked the beginning of his pursuit to understand more about the industrial and medical hardware offered at Teguar, which he now researches and writes about with the help of Teguar's Product Management and Sales teams.
Outside of Teguar-related topics like the one above, Matt enjoys spending time with his family, playing games, making music, and getting lost down Internet rabbit holes of niche information.