Take a Look at What’s Inside the New Aqua 200 Series from Digital Yacht
29 July 2012
Digital Yacht will be unveiling the next generation of PC systems for thrifty boat owners, who don’t want to compromise on quality, at the Southampton Boat Show on the CA Clase Stand (G091).
The new Aqua 200 Series not only boasts super value for money, but also has low power consumption, with typical current draw of under 1A at 12v DC. A major plus is that there are no moving parts inside the machine to suck in damp air, and no inverters or AC Power, as it connects directly to the boats battery system.
Inside the box there are some real noticeable improvements including the new Intel N2800 dual core processor, and an integrated Intel HD graphics chip supporting resolutions of up to 1920 X 1080 pixels. The original Aqua PC shipped with just 1 GB of RAM, but this latest model now features 4GB and a 64GB solid state drive. It boasts four USB ports and VGA and HDMI video output for not one, but two monitors, so you could have a chart table and cockpit display.
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit operating system is installed as standard and there are dual NMEA 0183 inputs to connect to your boat’s GPS, instrument and AIS systems. Options include NMEA 2000 interfaces, blue tooth and high power WiFi.
The Aqua 200 Series will be on display for the first time at Southampton Boat Show on the CA Clase stand (G091). It costs £595.00 excluding VAT. Digital Yacht can also pre install their SmarterTrack Navionic’s based e-charting solution, which costs £215.00 excluding VAT. For further information telephone +44 (0)117 955 4474, send an email to email@example.com or visit www.digitalyacht.co.uk
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