Shuttle has introduced its new ultra-compact personal computer, the XPC Slim DH370. The new desktop PC barebones is aimed primarily at multi-display special-purpose applications and can drive up to three monitors using Intel’s iGPU, but it can naturally be used as an office or home computer. The XPC Slim DH370 is designed for Coffee Lake processors with up to six cores and mainstream TDP. Shuttle’s latest XPC slim DH370 comes in a small chassis measuring 19×16.5×4.3 cm, the same as the XPC slim DH310 launched back in August. Both systems support Intel’s 8th Gen up to six cores and use Shuttle’s ICE module featuring a large heatsink and two 60-mm fans, one of which is PWM-controlled. Both machines support up to Intel’s six-core Core i7-8700...
Shuttle has formally introduced its new entry-level ultra-compact form-factor PC, the XPC Slim DH310, a barebones PC for Intel’s Coffee Lake processors with up to six cores. The systems...11 by Anton Shilov on 8/8/2018
Shuttle is largely considered to be the father of the modern barebones mini PC market, as the company was the first to mass produce such products in the early...12 by Anton Shilov on 6/21/2018
Passively cooled computing systems are popular amongst consumers worried about the reliability of moving parts, noise from fans, and other associated maintenance requirements (particularly, for industrial use-cases). Traditionally, fanless...12 by Ganesh T S on 1/5/2018
Shuttle has introduced its new high-end PC barebones designed for gamers and enthusiast who are not afraid of overclocking. The new XPC SZ270R9 features the R9 chassis that can...12 by Anton Shilov on 12/12/2017
Shuttle has announced a new small form-factor barebones PC aimed at entry-level gamers as well as those who need a SFF multi-monitor setup, such as graphics professionals, traders, digital...22 by Anton Shilov on 8/22/2017
Shuttle has started to sell its new Gaming Nano family of small form-factor PCs. The miniature Shuttle X1 systems are barely larger than Intel’s NUCs, but they integrate Intel’s...16 by Anton Shilov on 8/14/2017