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Preview G2E LAS VEGAS 2017


Advantech-Innocore, the specialist in computer platforms for casino gaming and lottery, announces the latest member of its highly successful DPX S –Series products, the DPX-S445.


Based on the new Intel7th generation high performance embedded platform, the DPX- S445 gives the gaming OEM the processing power to enable the next generation of gaming machines.


We know performance matters. It’s why we continue to focus on improved performance, delivering significant increases over previous generations and over any other gaming platform in the market – up to 20-30 percent for processing performance and gaming, with 4K, VR and 360-degree content.


Te single-board integrated solution has a full feature set of I/O, COMs, storage and advanced security designed specifically for the gaming industry. Tree independent monitors are supported via three DisplayPort 1.2 DP++ ports and for even higher performance the standard PCI-Express graphics card slot allows the DPX- S445 to support the latest graphics cards for up to eight additional displays and cutting edge graphics technologies.


Featuring the Intel 7th plus 6th generation Core- I CPUs the DPX-S445 provides:


• • • • •


More speed.


More responsiveness. More security.


More immersive experience. New technology on your own terms


Elo Touch Solutions ‘Goes Large’ at G2E


Elo will show two recently launched large-size gaming touchmonitors, the 4343L and 5543L, extending size options of the open frame product line from 10.1-inches to 54.6-inches.


Available with Elo’s industry-leading TouchPro Pro-M Projected Capacitive (PCAP) touchscreen, the 42.5 inch 4343L and the 55 inch 5543L both offer up to 12 touches recognized simultaneously with a consistently fast, accurate and drift-free touch response. With the sleek edge-to-edge architecture, the surface is easy to clean with no edges to trap dirt or grease and with the touchscreen sealed against dirt and dust, integration into an enclosure is simple.


Te large format open frames offer multiple mounting options, 24/7 operation and support touch through glass making them ideal for self-service kiosks and gaming applications.


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Advantech-Innocore pushes the performance bar with its latest Casino Gaming Platform including Intel 7th Generation Core Processors


Te Intel Embedded platform, lifecycle now up to 10 years for the processors, ensures customers a long-lived and future ready platform. As the latest member of the field proven DPX-S Series, the DPX-S445 is backwards compatible with previous models. Te long lifecycle and backwards compatibility ensures customers that they can move to new technology on their own terms rather than being pushed along. Another way the DPX-S445 benefits customers is the support for 6th generation CPUs as well as the newest 7th generation. Te DPX-S445 supports Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and embedded Microsoft operating systems as well as Linux. However only the 6th generation processors have support for Windows 7 and Windows 8. Indeed the DPX-S445 is notably the last embedded platform with Windows 7 support. For gaming customers with a large


investment in Windows 7 codebase, the DPX- S445 allows them a last “lease of life” with that platform while they migrate to new versions of Windows.


Te all-in-one platform offers all the hardware interfaces, onboard features and security needed for a typical slot machine in the regulated casino gaming market. Te gaming subsystem is field proven and approved by regulatory labs for markets worldwide (GLI, BMM, NVGCB, NJ, MT etc). Leveraging this proven technology combined with the latest high performance Intel processors, the gaming OEM can benefit from low risk, fast time to market for their next generation gaming product.


Please visit us at G2E Las Vegas, 3rd – 5th October 2017. Both No: 3841 ”


All large format PCAP products are not created equal so it is important to pay attention to the construction and materials used. For example, products using so called wire mesh have visibly embedded wires that distract the user and take away from the aesthetics of the display.


Te Elo Pro-M PCAP touch screens use a highly transparent metal mesh film with ultra-thin electrodes carefully arranged in an irregular grid pattern on layers of plastic film. Te metal mesh electrode sizes are so small that they cannot be seen with


UL60950 ball-drop test compliance supports applications in demanding public access venues such as busy casino environments. Te full HD displays and high contrast and brightness panels ensure crisp images and vibrant colours that will catch the player’s attention. Te seamless glass front and the option of through touch capability allow for modern cabinet designs.


the naked eye, which allows Pro-M designs to deliver a very sensitive touch experience.


As all other Elo gaming products, these new touchmonitors are built and designed for touch, backed by a 3-year standard warranty. Elo is proud to be the only company in the world that produces its own touch screens, ASICs, firmware and software drivers in-house.


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