Thursday, August 2nd 2018

Shuttle Announces 1.3-litre PC for 8th-gen Intel Core processors

Following the launch of the first XPC cube for Intel's latest processor generation, now the product family of XPC slim Mini-PCs in a 1.3-litre format welcomes a new member. Based on the Intel H310 chipset from which it also derives its name, the XPC Barebone DH310 supports Intel Core processors of the "Coffee Lake" generation with a TDP of up to 65 Watt. This even includes the versions with 6 cores and 12 threads. Reflecting this, 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. For this purpose, an HDMI 2.0 and a DisplayPort 1.2 connector are available in each case. If required, despite the highly modern features, an analogue VGA connector can also be routed from the mainboard to the back of the device. Two of the three connectors can be used at the same time.
  • For socket LGA1151v2 Intel Coffee Lake processors with up to 65 Watt TDP
  • Two 4K-compatible monitor ports
  • Space-saving steel chassis
"A versatile Mini-PC which is at home in almost any environment - this is probably a good way to describe the DH310," says Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR at Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. "Its rugged steel chassis exudes robustness and yet still makes a good impression on any desk. The spec sheet looks impressive and hardly leaves something to ask for."
The DH310, which measures just 19 x 16.5 x 4.3 cm (DWH), 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. Just like its predecessors, the Mini-PC can also be equipped with WLAN via an M.2-2230 module. Openings for external antennas are provided on the back for optimum transmission and reception.

Two Gigabit Ethernet ports, 8x USB and 2x RS-232 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.
Optionally available accessories comprise a stand for vertical operation (PS02), a connecting cable for the remote power-on connection (CXP01), a WLAN/Bluetooth module incl. antennas (WLN-M), a VGA port (PVG01) and a 19" 2-unit rack mount front plate (PRM01).

The recommended retail price from Shuttle for the DH310 is EUR 214.00 (ex VAT). This model is available from specialist retailers Europe-wide upon publication of this press release.
Source: Shuttle
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11 Comments on Shuttle Announces 1.3-litre PC for 8th-gen Intel Core processors

#1
Vya Domus
Serial and VGA ports ? What year is it ?
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SetsunaFZero
Vya Domus
Are those ... serial and VGA ports ? What year is it ?
In the industry thous are still needed. In our workshop we have 3 PCs with each 2 serial ports, one Notebook with usb-serial converter and all ports are populated.
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#4
Nokiron
This looks great, dual LAN for a really powerful router.
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#5
Vya Domus
SetsunaFZero
In the industry thous are still needed. In our workshop we have 3 PCs with each 2 serial ports, one Notebook with usb-serial converter and all ports are populated.
I know there is still some use for it , it's just strange to see them in new products these days.
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#6
SetsunaFZero
Vya Domus
I know there is still some use for it , it's just strange to seem them in new products these days.
most new mainboards still have serialport via onboard pin-header
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#7
nemesis.ie
Vya Domus
Serial and VGA ports ? What year is it ?
That's a totally déjà vu post from the last time they released one of these with VGA ports! ;)

Edit: and where are their AMD products (I think that's also déjà vu)?
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#8
micropage7

it is me or my eyes, i can't find any sata ports
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#9
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Vya Domus
I know there is still some use for it , it's just strange to seem them in new products these days.
It just goes to show what an excellent protocol it is. It has serious downsides (which ate mitigated by RS-422 and RS-485 both of which are supported by this, at least on one port), but it definitely has its uses. Check out this.
micropage7

it is me or my eyes, i can't find any sata ports
Could be on the side somewhere, like in a laptop.
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#10
R-T-B
Vya Domus
Serial and VGA ports ? What year is it ?
The year of the router.
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#11
Caring1
micropage7

it is me or my eyes, i can't find any sata ports
Looks like it doesn't have any SATA ports, only M2 for a drive.
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