Choosing the right hardware for your business can be tricky, especially in industries like digital signage and self-service. We’ve put together a guide to help you navigate the differences between commercial and industrial PCs and find the best fit for your needs.

Commercial PCs vs Industrial PCs

Both types of computers share similarities in data processing, operations, and hardware components such as motherboards, CPUs, RAM, storage, and I/O ports. However, they serve different purposes and customer segments.

4 Important Characteristics of a Commercial and an Industrial PC

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Eurocoin has developed great expertise as a procurement & supply chain specialist in its field, purchasing technical products and components from world-class producers around the world, then assembling, configuring, warehousing and supplying parts and finished solutions from its European operations. This has enabled competitive pricing, shortened lead-times and efficient distribution – great news for Eurocoin’s growing European client base.

Our products include the widest range of TFT display & touch-screens, currency validation, ticketing and roll-printer solutions, and a catalogue of consumables and after-sales products to support our markets.

Our customers are typically manufacturers and operators of payment terminals, kiosks, public-access and industrial terminals, retail & ticketing solutions, gambling, amusement & vending machines, plus the latest generation of ‘smart’ devices in multiple industrial sectors.