Shuttle, a leader of small form computer, has recently released its next generation slim PC in the form of the DH110 unit, which comes out to offer Intel’s latest Skylake technology to all the people who prefer a small-sized computer.
As a result, the device is powered by any one of Intel’s 6th generation Core i3, i5, i7, Pentium, and Celeron processors, as long as they feature a TDP rating of 65W. Even while it is definitely no powerhouse, this slim and portable PC was designed to support interactive commercial apps as well as 4K video content. The 14 nm Intel “Skylake” processors compatible with the DH110 feature built-in new gen Intel HD Graphics that are more than capable of delivering smooth experiences when it comes to the internet browsing and other light applications.
The Shuttle DH110 supports DDR3L high-efficiency 1.35V low-voltage memory with a maxi capacity up to 32 gigabyte (16 gigabyte x2), reducing thermal energy production and overall energy consumption.
The new Shuttle DH110 Slim PC comes with a 1.3-liter slim design and body thickness of only 43mm, the DH110 can support 2.5-inches SATA 6G HDD or SSD and built-in one M.2 2260/2242 with type M and one M.2 2230 type A/E slots to install M.2 SSD and WiFi card or other compatible devices, proving a strong expansion capacity.
The Dual Intel Gigabit LAN also deserves a mention, as it guarantees high-speed data transfer capabilities as well as improved compatibility for business network environments. The new Shuttle DH110 Slim PC is 24/7 certified and features a VESA mountable slim metal chassis which ensures seamless operation at 0-50 degree C ambient temperatures.
For price and the official release date in Germany Shuttle has not made any claims. The DH110 is very similar to the already introduced late 2015 DH170, which costs 290 euros and is intended for similar tasks.