The “magic box” encloses Intel’s compukit for such uses as point-of-sale hardware, kiosks, and digital signage.
September 24, 2013
Enclosure manufacturer Chenbro used the Intel Developer Forum this month in San Francisco to debut its Cubicom200 solution, which it calls a “magic box” for the Intel NUC.
The Intel compukit NUC — Celeron or Core processors on a four-by-four-inch motherboard enclosed in a tiny case — offers system builders a new standard in small-form PCs. The Chenbro Cubicom 200 makes the Intel NUC suitable for a broader range of uses, including point-of-sale technology, kiosks, digital signage, surveillance, and more.
According to John Deatherage, director of marketing for Intel NUC, “Chenbro’s Cubicom200 is a significant advancement for systems integrators who want to deploy the power of Intel NUC,” says John Deatherage, director of marketing for the Intel NUC. “The combination of customization options they offer helps users make it uniquely their own.”