... configurations, providing more I/O and storage options than ever, meeting the increasing requirements from the market. This power full computer is available with the newest 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i3 (2 cores, 4 threads) ...
... and powerful computer in a durable and compact package, the Leviathan 12 marine computer system provides incredible processing power with a minimal footprint. When space is at a premium on your vessel, ...
Built to exceed the needs of even the most demanding users, the Leviathan 13 marine computer system provides incredible processing power with vast amounts of hard drive storage space for navigation software, vessel monitoring, ...
... Leviathan 17i marine computer features IEC 60945 certification and has been built to meet type approval requirements. Featuring an industrial grade motherboard with MTBF of over 100,000 hours and solid state memory, ...
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... dependable service — all from the most reliable marine PC series on the market. The Leviathan 17i Fanless marine computer is the perfect computer system for running radar systems, Integrated Bridge Systems ...
Our Leviathan Mini has been designed through direct feedback from our clients to provide a true marine grade computer system in a small compact form. Perfect for law enforcement, search and rescue, and other vessels featuring ...
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How to choose this product
A computer for yachts consists of hardware and software designed to provide a multitude of services to captain and crew.
Applications are numerous and varied. In addition to these few examples, specialized firms can develop software to meet any requirements.
- Electrics management (lighting, alarms, instruments, etc.)
- Fuel and supplies management
- Navigation and charting
- Multimedia centers
- Weather tracking
- Communications and Internet access (telephone, fax, Fleet, Standard C, etc.)
On-board computers must be sturdy. They are usually protected by a rugged housing firmly attached to its support. They often use hard drives with flash SSD memory and devoid of moving parts, making them less fragile. Some have touchscreens and/or an auxiliary tablet for use on deck. Waterproof flexible keyboards and trackball pointing devices offer operational advantages on board, especially in rough seas.
How to choose
The pace of computer development renders any machine obsolete in a short time. Useful life can be extended by choosing the most powerful model available, whether it uses Mac, Linux, Windows or another operating system.