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Shuttle presents new fanless All-in-One PC Barebone X50V4 with a touchscreen
Shuttle presents new fanless All-in-One PC Barebone X50V4 with a
Elmshorn, Germany, 2015-01-12 - Shuttle today rolls out its new
All-in-One PC Barebone X50V4. Passive cooling promises whisper-quiet
operation with lower maintenance requirements, a frugal Intel Celeron
processor ensures even better performance.
Now entering the fourth generation since its original launch in 2009,
Shuttle's X50 All-in-One PC series features the proven 15.6 inch (39.6
cm) format, which is especially requested by the B2B sector of the
market. As well as offering maximum expandability, it is also
particularly quiet and durable thanks to the machine's fanless design.
In contrast to its Atom-based predecessor models, the X50V4 now comes
fitted with an Intel Celeron 2957U dual-core processor clocked at 1.4
GHz per core. The processor cores are extremely frugal with a thermal
design power of just 15 W. With a depth of 42 mm, the case provides
space for a 2.5" hard disk or SSD and an mSATA module, and is for the
first time able to accommodate up to 8 GB of DDR3L SO-DIMM memory.
With a suitable SSD installed, the X50V4 is approved for continuous
All standard connectors are provided on the underside of the case,
e.g. 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 1x Gigabit Ethernet, VGA, HDMI as well as
headphone and microphone jacks. A practical 2 Megapixel webcam,
integrated stereo speakers, WLAN, card reader and a stand, which can
be turned into a carrying handle, are also present. The standard VESA
mounting interface allows the machine to be fitted to monitor arms and
wall mounts for freely suspended use.
If required, up to four serial interfaces as well as 1x LPT and 1x
DIO/RJ11 ports can be added to the rear side of the X50V4, which make
it particularly attractive for vertical applications.
But it's not just internally that a lot has happened – the
IP54-compliant front panel of the touchscreen provides protection from
dust and splashing of water making the X50V4 additionally resistant to
"With the X50V4 we are again underscoring our ambition to attract new
customers in vertical application markets. With our latest All-in-One
PC Barebone we have created the ideal basis for compact, energy-saving
solutions in the POI area, as a service terminal or as a till system
at the POS," says Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR at Shuttle
Computer Handels GmbH. "Use as a flexible second home PC is also a
The new Shuttle All-in-One PC Barebone X50V4 is available in black or
white and is on sale at specialist retailers Europe-wide as of now.
Shuttle's recommended retail price for either model is EUR 292.00 (ex
VAT). Turnkey complete systems based on the X50V4 with Windows, Linux
or without operating system will be available shortly.
Optional accessories include the POS01 and PCL71 (COM/LPT adapters)
and the PF55 (carrying bag).
Shuttle is exhibiting at this year's CeBIT in Hanover (16-20 March
2015). The manufacturer would be delighted to welcome interested
visitors to its stand in Hall 2, Stand B58.
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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 connections are regularly integrated in new models within a short
time of product launch. The range of products has recently been
expanded to include fanless slim PCs and ARM-based models.
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