MSI Announces the MS-98D3 Ultra Low-Profile Embedded Board

/ 7 years ago


A Mini-ITX embedded board has been  released by MSI, the leading brand of embedded computers, that focuses on advanced POS application. Powered by the 4th Gen Intel Core processor, MS-98D3 brings the POS system to a new level with the capability of multiple processing covering front-end retailing to back-end management at the same time, while keeps the system active and prompt at both ends. With increasing POS system connected to network, wireless, or cellular communication to form a networked or even cloud-based POS system, high-end POS host is required by the market. The MS-98D3 is an embedded board designed in response to this demand.


The fast growth of information technology and network communication has made POS even more demanding, and that’s where the MS-98D3 is a tailor-made solution for POS systems that require just that. It features the ultra low-profile thin Mini-ITX design and the powerful 4th Gen Intel processor. Complex tasks which include not only multiple ordering/payment data processing and printing, but also inventory management, sales analysis, CRM, financials, warehousing, and store management, can be done by the high-end POS hosts with MS-98D3. With this advanced POS board, true Point-of-Sale control from manufacturing/purchasing, logistics, to retailing is realized, and consequently the executive efficiency is enhanced.


The MS-98D3 support RJ11 cash drawer, 8 USB and 6 COM ports, with COM1-4 powered and selectable by BIOS instead of H/W jumper, allowing users to friendly configure the COM port power without removing the chassis. Moreover, the 2nd display of MS-98D3 can be connected to an extended monitor or play multimedia files as a local digital signage that shows advertising messages at the shop or restaurant. More features of MS-98D3 are waiting for you to experience.

Key features of the MS-98D3 motherboard and full specs can be found on MSI’s official website.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

Image courtesy of Micro-Star Int’l Co., Ltd.

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