January 28, 2013
Contact: Dan Gallic 516-673-4444;
Lake Success, NY -Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp (ADDC) announced that the 2nd Generation BioDigital PC® card has been completely developed and tested. The BioDigital PC® card is a 64-bit, x86 computing platform that is the size of a credit card. The card is only as thick as four credit cards, its waterproof and fire-resistant, and includes the CPU, RAM and storage on an ultra-micro form factor. The card is equipped with an Intel dual-core, quad-thread, processor that operates at speeds of 1.6GHz or 1.86GHz, and has up to 4GB DDR3 and up to 128GB SSD.
The BioDigital PC® card is encased with a nearly indestructible epoxy that creates a rugged and waterproof exterior. The card runs a full version of the newest version of Microsoft Windows 8, as well as, Windows XP, Vista, 7 and the LINUX OS. Also, the BioDigital PC® card is Made in the USA.
“This is a proud day for ADDC,” said Michael Arnouse, CEO and President of Arnouse Digital Devices Corp. “This is a starting point for true open source hardware eco-system we call the BioDigital PC®. ADDC will manufacture cards and we will actively promote others in designing their own BioDigital PC® readers. We hope that this will create a new and revolutionary eco-system for hardware computing, an ecosystem centered around energy conservation, mobility and security.”
The BioDigital PC® card connects to BioDigital PC® reader which acts as the input/output system. These readers may take the form of a regular desktop, laptop, tablet or TV. When a card is connected, the reader displays all the programs and files, but when ejected the reader is simply a shell that has no memory.
“The BioDigital PC® Eco-system is the future of all electronics,”
Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp, founded in 2002, is a high-technology developing and manufacturing company. ADDC develops industry leading, cutting edge technology solutions for commercial, military and homeland security users, focusing on high portability and security.