Shuttle has just presented an interesting totally fanless miniPC called Shuttle DL10J a new team that draws attention immediately as it reuses the metal box of the Shuttle XPC slim DX3. Chassis apart the novelties in this new miniPC are given by its latest generation processor Intel Celeron J4005 Gemini Lake which is a good performance level jump, the addition of Slots for DDR4 memory and the presence of 3 interfaces for video output.
Shuttle DL10J includes an 8th generation Gemini Lake processor manufactured in 14nm Intel Celeron J4005, a Dual Core capable of reaching 2.7Ghz in burst mode and including an Intel UHD Graphics 600 GPU with 12 execution units. It includes 2 sockets to hold up to 8 GB of DDR4 memory and for storage we have an M.2 interface and a SATA port with a 2.5-inch disk bay. It also includes a WiFi module b / g / n with 2 connectors for external WiFi antennas, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 4 USB 3.0, microSD card reader, Gigabit network connector, 2 COM ports, a pair of front audio jacks, port HDMI 2.0 with support 4K@60fps, VGA connector and finally a Display Port output.
At the operating system level it is compatible with Window 10 and Linux and, as usual, it is powered by an external transformer similar to that of laptops.
- At the moment we do not have a final price for the new Shuttle DL10J or release date, although we assume that it will not take too long to get to stores.