The new XH310 and XH310V models of the Shuttle XPC slim family with a volume of 3 liters come onto the stores including support for 8th generation Intel Coffe Lake processors. Those miniPCs have a very compact design and minimal differences between them, the design is oriented both for domestic and industrial as we have remote ignition systems and several security measures for use in public areas.
These new 3-liter barebones are the largest of the Shuttle slim XPC series, inside the box they integrate a customized base plate to which we must add the processor, the memory and a storage system. They have Intel H310 chipset and supports Intel processors up to 65 W TDP for socket LGA1151v2, on the board we can mount two DDR4 SODIMM memory modules up to 32 GB up to 2666 MHz. To power it electrically have an external 19V transformer included .
In both models we have similar connections where we find 2x Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 2.0a, DisplayPort, VGA, 2x RS-232, 3x SATA, space for two hard drives and a NVMe SSD, as well as other M.2 expansion possibilities. If necessary, the XH310 can be configured with a total of five serial interfaces that will use the optical drive bay, the basic difference with the XH310V model is the front coverage of the optical bay and connector area. These models have different expansion options such as VESA support, vertical support, adapter for 3.5 “unit, wifi adapter with bluetooth or cable for remote ignition.
- Shuttle XPC slim XH310 and XH310V will be available soon on Amazon.com for a price of $218 (€192)