Shuttle Debuts 8th-Gen Intel Core Mini Computers for Digital Signage

The new Shuttle XPC slim series of Mini-PCs comes in a 1.3-litre format. Based on the Intel H310 chipset, the XPC Barebone DH310 supports Intel Core processors of the “Coffee Lake” generation with a TDP of up to 65 Watt. Two SO-DIMM slots permit the installation of 32 GB of DDR4 memory modules.

For the first time in this range, it is possible to support two monitors in 4K resolution with 60 Hz — using HDMI 2.0 and a DisplayPort 1.2 connector, in addition to ha sign a standard analog VGA connector. The graphic card also allows two of the three connectors to be used at the same time.

The DH310 features space for a 2.5-inch drive (HDD/SSD) and an NVMe SSD with M.2 interface. An SD card reader sits on the front. The Mini-PC can also be equipped with WLAN via an M.2-2230 module and has openings for external antennas for better transmission and reception. Two Gigabit Ethernet ports, eight USB and two RS232 inputs are provided for wired data transmission. A remote power-on connection allows the device to be started remotely, for example if a fixed installation is difficult to access.

Here are more detailed specs.

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