AOPEN Module Turns Sharp Monitors Into PCs Using Mini OPS

AOPEN has unveiled a new module to turn Sharp professional displays into PCs, capable of running any Windows 10 app. The AOPEN Mini OPS module (PNZB03PC) allows users to add PC functions to Sharp’s latest professional displays, and also supports 4K content or use it as a digital signage media player.

Mini OPS is a newly developed and smaller format of the original Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) introduced by Intel in 2010, that has become a worldwide standard for digital displays.

The PNZB03PC effectively turns a Sharp display into a computer, without any wires or cables. The module has a small form factor and fanless design and it comes pre-loaded with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise OS.

AOPEN’s PNZB03PC Mini OPS module is available now from Sharp. It can be used with all Sharp interactive and professional display models which feature the Mini OPS expansion slot. Here are all the specs.

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