2 years ago we had the E3000N, because of serial ports it was used as POS with COM printers. But today with W10 and most of the POS software being web based, it cant do that job, because these cat cores are terrible at web browsing. At any rate, these things cant run W10 smoothly with a SSD and 8GB of ram, so you are also limited to Win7.That's even slower than Kabini, Larry. Well, it does have parallel/serial ports built-in AND a legacy PCI slot, very niche product indeed, but I suppose it may have some uses if the price is right.
Easy put, im not sure what the exact word is, the two biggest "importers" brought them here, on Gigabyte advise, but due to the low interest, Gigabyte is directly talking with resellers to buy it, offering rebates, lower prices and that sort of things.Please explain "push on us". They are not simply offering these as a new product, to purchase and re-sell? They are trying to force-bundle, or require purchase somehow?
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