Shuttle has just put out its new miniPC of its family XPC slim, the Barebone DH310 a very compact device with a volume of only 1.3 liters and adopting on its board a socket compatible with Intel Core 8th generation processors “Coffee Lake”. The other specifications of this barebone are not bad and stands out for its ability to support SSD M.2 NVMe high-speed or its two video outputs with support up to 4K resolutions at 60fps that can even be connected simultaneously to two monitors . A small office ideal for desktop computer, digital signage or a classroom HTPC.
Processors, RAM and storage
The Shuttle DH310 includes on its motherboard an LGA1155v2 socket compatible with eighth generation Intel processors with a TDP of up to 65W and a Realtek ALC 662 5.1 audio chip. It also includes 2 slots for DDR4-2400 / 2666 SO-DIMM modules where we can install up to a total of 32GB of RAM, a M.2 2280M port with NVMe support, a Serial-ATA III connector where we can install a 2.5-inch SSD and finally an SD card reader installed in the front.
The connectivity options of the Shuttle XPC slim DH310 despite its size are large internally we also have an M.2 port for M.2-2230E cards while on the front of the box we find 2 USB 2.0, 3 USB 3.0 and 2 ports 3.5mm audio jacks. The bulk of the connectors are located on the back with 2 COM ports, 2 Gigabit network connectors, 2 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0 and finally HDMI 2.0 video outputs and a DisplayPort 1.2.
Price and availability in store
- Shuttle XPC slim DH310 will be on sale in a few days for $280 (€259) in stores like Amazon.com.