Stunning visuals for your Android and Linux systems with the newly revamped RICO-3288Vivien Wang 2017-09-05
A quad-core processor single board that is ideal for applications in restaurants and fitness equipment
(Taipei, Taiwan) AAEON, an award-winning developer and supplier of industrial solutions worldwide, is pleased to announce that Technavio’s research report has ranked AAEON as one of the top industrial PC market vendors for 2017.
A major developer of Industry 4.0 computing solutions, AAEON relaunches the RICO-3288, a lightweight single board designed expressly to consolidate Linux and Android systems. As Android is currently the most deployed OS system in the world, these boards will be in high demand for quite some time to come. This new version of the RICO-3288 has been upgraded to provide better performance than its former model, and is built to address recent technical advances such as sunlight readable monitors and IoT-powered displays.
Powered by the Rockchip RK3288 ARM A17 quad-core processor, the RICO-3288 is designed to provide fast, secure and reliable configuration, and supports an impressive 2GB DDR3L for its diminutive size, offering quad-core processing and outstanding low-latency throughput from a versatile form factor with standardized mounting points.
Aggregating a wide array of connectivity options, the RICO-3288 is preloaded with WiFi/BT, Micro USB OTG and SD expansion slots, supplemented with I/O connection to link daughter boards for agility and networking. Easier customization for this model is facilitated with Android™ 6.0 which provides a powerful SDK, enabling real-time telemetry and edge analytics, in addition to ease of management.
“This newly refurbished version of the RICO-3288 was created to address the fact that Androids are the most popular end-user system, and as such will require a dynamic and assertive platform to operate within and without,” said Seven Fan, Product Manager for AAEON's Rugged Mobile Division (RMD). “We’re confident that the RICO-3288 is a competitive powerhouse in its own right, as its omnipotent presence delivers supercomputing anywhere and everywhere – on restaurant menu displays, heart monitors, and even your local gym.”