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Flexible 3-litre PCs for current 8th generation Intel processors generation
Elmshorn, Germany, 26 October 2018 – Two new Mini-PCs close one of the last small gaps in Shuttle's XPC slim series, which especially in the 3-litre format did not offer support for socketed 8th generation Intel Core processors. The popular range is now being expanded by the XH310 and XH310V models.
- Available in two design versions
- HDMI 2.0, Dual Gigabit and remote power-on
The models with a 3-litre volume are the largest and therefore most flexible ones in the XPC slim series. They are based on the Intel H310 chipset and support Intel processors up to 65 Watt of TDP for socket LGA1151v2. Up to 32 GB DDR4 memory can be used in both devices.
Despite their height of just 7.2 cm and width of 20 cm, the models come with an extensive set of features. This includes 2x Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 2.0a, DisplayPort, VGA, 2x RS-232, 3x SATA, space for two hard drives and one NVMe SSD as well as further M.2 expansion possibilities. If required, the XH310 can be configured with a total of five serial interfaces that will use the bay of the optical drive.
"The technical specifications of the two models resemble those of a large PC," says Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR at Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. "Three monitor ports, dual LAN and free choice of drives provide flexibility for (almost) any application."
In direct comparison, the XH310V has front flaps that cover the optical drive bay and ports. The XH310 does without flaps, other technical specs remain nearly identical.
The external remote power-on connection is also new with this chassis type and allows both Mini-PCs to be started remotely. This was previously only available on 1.3-litre models from Shuttle.
Optional accessories include a stand for vertical operation (PS01), a VESA/wall mount (PV02), a 3.5" drive frame (PHD4), a WLAN kit with Bluetooth (WLN-M) and a cable for the remote power-on connection (CXP01). Only the XH310 can be equipped with three additional COM ports (PCM31).
The recommended retail price from Shuttle for the XPC Barebone XH310 and XH310V is EUR 192.00 (ex VAT) each. Both models mentioned are available from specialist retailers Europe-wide upon publication of this press release. *
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Established in 1983 in Taiwan, Shuttle Inc. specialises in the development and production of space-saving Mini-PCs. The stock market listed company is represented globally through subsidiaries in Germany, the USA, China and Japan. Since 2001 attractive PC solutions in an array of formats designed for virtually every area of application have been the main business focus of Shuttle. The company aims to develop individual solutions for the demanding requirements of its customers. Technical innovations such as new chipsets, processors and connectors are regularly integrated in new models within a short time of product launch. The range of products has recently been expanded to include high-performance fanless slim PCs.
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