Monday, September 30th 2019

Shuttle Unveils New Palm-sized, 4K Capable Nano PC with Intel Whiskey Lake

Shuttle Inc., the global leader in small form factor computer technology, today announces its newest addition to the Nano PC solution: NC10U series. Powered by the new Intel Whiskey Lake ULV platform, the NC10U series is a palm-sized, 4K capable and low-power PC perfect for a variety of applications including home, office, and digital signage.

The NC10U series comes with a selection of Intel's 8th Generation ULV processors ranging from Celeron, Core i3, Core i5 to Core i7 and supports for dual-channel memory with up to 32 GB of DDR4. With an 8th Gen technology, the system reduces power consumption while delivering significant performance improvement. The NC10U series features HDMI 2.0a and DisplayPort connections to support dual-screen displays for increased productivity and efficiency. Plus with the availability with HDMI 2.0a, the NC10U series gives a smooth playback of 4K content and 4K HDR videos as well.
Despite its small footprint design, the NC10U series does not skimp on its connectivity performance. It offers multiple I/Os to connect with peripherals, including two USB2.0, two USB 3.2 Gen1 (Type A x1, Type C x1), M.2, RS232, SATA 6 Gbps, SD card reader, Intel Giga LAN, and built-in Wi-Fi module. One built-in USB Type-C gives users more convenience with no up or down orientation required for plugs.

Besides, there's still ample room for expansion flexibility. The NC10U series uses a new mechanism design that supports one 2.5-inch hard drive up to 15 mm in height as well as one M.2 space for high-speed NVMe SSD or other compatible devices.

Built to fit in various applications, the NC10U series is VESA compatible and can be either mounted behind a display panel or placed inconspicuously atop a desktop. Thanks to Shuttle's heat-pipe cooling technology, this series is 24/7 certified and runs particularly quiet and cool, even within up to 50 ⁰C environments.
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14 Comments on Shuttle Unveils New Palm-sized, 4K Capable Nano PC with Intel Whiskey Lake

#1
bonehead123
Cute little box, too bad that stand is so fuggly and almost as big as the box itself.......

But at least it has a USB-C port for high speed connectivity :)
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#2
lemonadesoda
2x lan would make nice little router. Shame
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#3
bug
I'm curious whether the power brick is bigger than the main unit or not.
Also, one SATA and one M.2 expansion slots is not "ample room for expansion". It's more than you'd expect from such a small case, just not "ample".
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Where's the RS232?
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#5
Liquid Cool
bonehead123
Cute little box, too bad that stand is so fuggly and almost as big as the box itself.......
I was liking what I saw until the picture of the stand came up...so I share your sentiment. Although...fugly didn't enter my mind at the sight of them...I believe the word was ~ hideous.

They're nothing short of hideous...:).

Best,

Liquid Cool
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bug
lexluthermiester
Why would you need it?
It's mentioned in the article.
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#8
lexluthermiester
bug
It's mentioned in the article.
Oh, right, it is and is not pictured...

@btarunr
The pictures included do not show an RS232 serial port, but the specs in the article mention one. Is this a typo or could the pictures be incorrect?
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jabbadap
lexluthermiester
Oh, right, it is and is not pictured...

@btarunr
The pictures included do not show an RS232 serial port, but the specs in the article mention one. Is this a typo or could the pictures be incorrect?
It's on the side panel.
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#10
GeorgeMan
lexluthermiester
Oh, right, it is and is not pictured...

@btarunr
The pictures included do not show an RS232 serial port, but the specs in the article mention one. Is this a typo or could the pictures be incorrect?
Maybe one can be ordered as add-in port on the side of the unit or something.
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#11
lexluthermiester
jabbadap
It's on the side panel.

That is not one of the images shown in the article. If that is a correct image, maybe it should be added.
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#12
GeorgeMan
lexluthermiester
That is not one of the images shown in the article. If that is a correct image, maybe it should be added.
Most probably both are correct, depending on configuration.
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#13
jabbadap
It's the picture from manufacturer's site.

Wonder if one can update that later. How is that form factor standardized anyway. Some awkward intel mini-STX, or?
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#14
lexluthermiester
GeorgeMan
Most probably both are correct, depending on configuration.
Based on the site link above it's the standard config. We're just missing the picture showing the port in the article.
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