Micro-ATX Motherboard Is Based on Intel® Core™ i7 Processor and Mobile Intel® QM57 Express Chipset

At the National Retail Federation, Intel introduced a proofof- concept system powered by Portwell’s PEB-9737VGA. Having point-of-sale (POS), kiosk, and digital signage in one integrated conceptual solution caught everyone’s attention as a cost-effective way to enhance the retail shopping experience. Now, Portwell has announced its PEB-9738VGA, a micro-ATX motherboard based on the Intel® Core™ i7 processor and Mobile Intel® QM57 Express chipset. Built on 32-nm process technology, this nextgeneration CPU platform vows to allow retailers to remain in synchronization with the latest technology advancements on the system.

The PEB-9738VGA harnesses Intelligent Power-Sharing Technology that’s built into the Intel® processor. This technology enables it to deliver superior performance and performanceper- watt over the previous-generation Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor-based platform. It also delivers greater graphics performance over the Mobile Intel® GM45 Express chipsetbased platform. In the same way as the last proof-of-concept motherboard, the PEB-9738VGA features Intel® vPro™ technology with new Intel® Active Management Technology 6.0. It also offers improved power management and greater security to allow administrators to better manage systems remotely. This aspect, in turn, reduces maintenance costs while increasing energy savings.