Taiwan-based digital signage hardware firm AOPEN has released a pair of small format all-in-one touch displays aimed at the self-service and retail market – the interesting twist being their support for Windows 10 and Linux.
The company previously released all-in-ones built around ChromeOS, and the general trend of late has been all-in-ones using Android (which is Linux, but a very specific version).
Says the company in a marketing email blast:
As the successor of the successful eTILE series, AOPEN developed an upgraded interactive experience based on feedback from the market. With the eTILE-X, a more versatile series are set to exceed expectations. Created for usage in self-service industries, the eTILE-X series guarantees a cost efficient, upgraded interactive experience. This durable piece of hardware is specifically designed for usage in commercial environments.
The eTILE-X is a fanless all-in-one touch display. A passive cooling sustem is integrated to ensure its resistance in high temperature environments. This makes it suitable for dusty, greasy and silent environments. The eTILE-X can be well integrated in interactive self-service kiosks and can also be used as a stand-alone kiosk with a floor- or tablemount.