Shuttle Computer Group has announced the DX30 player that can display content on three screens simultaneously (in 4K). Shuttle’s new slim model DX30 features a low-cost and low-power consumption design that is built with an Intel Entry Level Apollo Lake SoC 14nm processor.
The DX30 has built-in Intel i211 Gigabit LAN and supports Wake On LAN to provide high speed data transfers. Designed for commercial applications, the DX30 includes USB 2.0, USB 3.0, M.2, COM ports, and SATA 6Gbps. The DX30 provides two RS232 ports (one RS232 and one RS232/422/485) and one PS/2 port.
It also has built-in one DisplayPort and one HDMI as well as one optional VGA (XPC accessory PVG01) port for supporting three independent displays. With a thickness of only 43mm with a 1.3L size, with VESA Mount standard support, the DX30 is easy to integrate into small spaces. It provides continuous 24/7 operation and uses a fanless cooling design, making it silent and stable, for long-term operation.
The DX30 lists for $200 and here are the specs.