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Habey BIS-6625 ultra-compact Atom E600 fanless PC streaming HD - Habey BIS-6625 ultra-compact Atom E600 fanless PC streaming HD
Fri, Jan 06 2012 | 1:39PM | Filed under: Home Theatre| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

This is neat.

HABEY USA, an Associate member of the Intel® Embedded Alliance and leading designer and manufacturer of industrial PCs, today is pleased to release the BIS-6625-IV HDMI ultra compact connected embedded computer developed around the latest Intel® Embedded Atom E600 Series System-on-Chip (SoC).

With processor thermal design power (TDP) of no more than 4.5W, the BIS-6625 features Intel's GMA600 GPU that support full hardware acceleration of H.264, MPEG4, VC1, WMV, and Adobe Flash high definition videos. Using Intel's Media and Graphics Driver, the Intel E6XX supports hardware accelerated Adobe Flash Player 10.1/10.2 on select flavors of Linux (BIS-6625 playing HD YouTube video on Linux Meego) and can handle more than one instance of Adobe Flash Player plug-in being hardware accelerated on Windows 7*. The system also performs advanced 3D rendering and hardware accelerated encoding of MPEG4 part 2 and H.264 up to 720p. The BIS-6625’s Intel Atom E600 platform supports embedded operating systems including Android* 2.3, MeeGo* 1.2, Fedora* 14, and Microsoft* Windows* XP/Embedded Standard 2009, Embedded Compact 7, and Windows* 7/Embedded Standard 7.


- Ultra-compact for space-constrained applications
- Low power consumption and fanless design
- Supports hardware accelerated HD Adobe Flash Video decoding on Linux
- Supports HD video hardware decoding and encoding
- On-case VESA mount for easy installation and mounting
- 3 mini-PCI express expansion slot for 3G/4G cards, WiFi, and other expansions
- 2 SIM slots for multiple carriers and redundant connectivity
- Built-in dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and WIFI support
- One external COM port, three built-in internal COM ports
- Drive bay supports 2.5” SATA HDD, SSD, and Half-Slim SATA SSD
- One mini PCIe slot with SSD support option
- One internal 24bit LVDS connection

Specifications of the HabeyUSA BIS-6625-IV

Processor: Intel Atom E6xx 0.6GHz/1.0GHz/1.3GHz
Chipset: Intel Platform Controller Hub EG20T
RAM: Onboard DDR2 800MT/s memory up to 2GB
Display Interface: HDMI via LVDS with max resolution of 1280x768@60Hz
Graphic: Integrated GMA600 with 2D/3D Graphics Engine 400MHz; Supports OpenGL ES2.0, OpenVG1.0, DirectX9.L
Hardware Decoder: Full hardware acceleration of H.264, MPEG2, MPEG4, VC1, and WMV9 up to 1080i @ 30fps
Hardware Encoder: Full hardware acceleration of H.263, H.264, and MPEG4 up to 720p @30fps (Linux)
Storage HDD: 1x 2.5” internal HDD/SSD bay, support SATA II
COM: 4x COM (internal) via pin header; 1 full RS232; 3x Tx & Rx only
CAN: CAN Bus via internal header; Supports CAN protocol version 2.0 part A and B via PCA82C250T
USB: 2x Front USB2.0, 3 x Rear USB2.0
Audio: Integrated Intel Hi-Definition Audio; 1 x Mic-in, 1x Line-out interface
Wireless: Optional via internal mini-PCIe or USB module
Ethernet:2x GbE, 2x RJ45, Realtek RTL8211CL + RTL8111D
Expansion: 3x mini PCIE slot with SSD support option, 2x SIM Slot
System Control: Power On/Off
LED Indicator: Power and HDD indicator
Power Supply: DC +12V
Cooling System: Proprietary fanless thermal design
OS Support: Supports Windows Embedded Standard 2009/7/POS Ready 2009/CE 6.0 R3, Windows XP SP3/7, Fedora Core 11 Linux*, MeeGo 1.0, QNX Neutrino, Wind River VxWorks

Dimension: 125mm×125 mm×45 mm (W×D×H)
Net weight: 2 lbs
Mounting: VESA Mount Ready (100mm x 100mm)


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