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Medfield, MA, United States, 2008/01/11 - Comark Corporation, a leading manufacturer of rugged, high performance computer products for marine, industrial, and commercial applications, is pleased to announce the release of their new EnduraTouch™ 1700FX front access NEMA 4X PC system.
Primarily made for the harsh factory floor environments, the 1700FX features a stainless steel enclosure, sealed I/O ports, and self-contained cooling technology to prevent leaks and keep out dust where liquids, humidity, and extreme temperatures, and caustic wash-downs are daily. The rugged NEMA 4X system is capable of being washed down to meet FSIS requirements.
“Our new front access model is ideal for factory floors that need quick and easy access to the computers components, a low MTRR, and implementation flexibility,” commented Steve Schott, President of Comark Corporation. “With a high-resolution display and resistive touch screen option, our 1700FX front access model provides superior image quality and extremely easy to use interface making it the leading product on the market today.”
The EnduraTouch ™ 1700FX uses low power, high performance Intel Mobile processing technology and can be configured as either a thin client terminal or a powerful workstation. Storage options include several solid-state flash and hard drives. Supported operating systems include Windows XP, Embedded XP, Windows CE and Linux. Optional features include touch screen, wireless networking, and PCI expansion.
Comark Corporation is taking orders for the EnduraTouch™ 1700FX immediately.
About Comark Corporation
Based in Medfield, MA, Comark Corporation (comarkcorp.com) has been providing innovative display and computer solutions for industrial automation, military, building automation and self-service automation markets for over 30 years. The industrial automation group has global provider of a broad range of long life, high temperature extreme and wash down computing and display solutions to fortune 1000 companies. Comark has shipped over 50,000 systems with many still in use today.