Small and ultra-durable Airtop computers can handle the most extreme conditions

The Israeli company CompuLab has presented a new, third generation of compact and ultra-durable Airtop computers. They are intended for the segment of the Internet of Things, which has recently become demanding on systems with high computing power. In Airtop3, engineers managed to increase passive cooling by 30% and completely abandon fans - their place in the case was taken by productive hardware.

The computer is equipped with the ninth generation of Intel processors, an Intel Core i9-9900K chip with Intel UHD 630 graphics, but you can optionally install Intel Xeon E. Here you can mount up to 120 GB of DDR4 RAM. Two 2 TB NMVe hard drives and four solid-state drives are responsible for data storage. They can be changed at your discretion - the aluminum stand can be opened without the use of tools.

The Airtop3 comes with two Ethernet cards, two DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4 connectors, plus 6 USB 3.1 ports on the back, and USB-C, USB-A2 and USB-A1 on the front. There are also three RS232 ports. The system unit has an integrated OLED display for monitoring system operation parameters. There are two entrances for power cables, with automatic failover. Optionally, you can install an NVM3 card, Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 or GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 and cellular.

The dimensions of the Airtop3 computer are only 10x30x25.5 cm. The system is compatible with Windows and Linux operating systems, it can operate at temperatures from -0 ° C to 70 ° C and humidity of 5-95%. The starting configuration is priced at $ 999.