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The OnLogic Helix HX500 Review: A Rugged Fanless 35W mini-PC

The emergence of edge computing as a paradigm has expanded the industry for industrial PCs about the previous several a long time. Traditionally an ‘industrial PC’ was constructed with a emphasis on trustworthy operation in a rugged environment – the emphasis on computing efficiency currently being secondary to the utility. This has improved lately with the need to have to system much more details at the edge.

OnLogic (formerly, Logic Supply) has been servicing the embedded / industrial Computer market place with pre-configured smaller type-component (SFF) programs since 2003. Their Helix line of fanless industrial PCs is based mostly on Intel’s Elkhart Lake (300-collection) and Comet Lake (500 and 600-collection) processors, catering to the improved demand from customers for processing electric power in edge computing. Browse on for a in depth glimpse at the overall performance and price proposition of a high-end Helix HX500 configuration centered on the 35W Intel Main i7-10700T.