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Small but mighty!

When SHUTTLE heard about the new CEBIT concept for 2018, it just knew it had to showcase its innovative Mini-PCs based on the latest Intel technology.

29 May. 2018
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Shuttle DL10J

SHUTTLE Computer Handels GmbH was eager to be part of the new CEBIT 2018 concept, which even includes a diverse evening entertainment program. The company is inviting visitors to Hall 12 to discover its renowned Mini-PCs such as its new XPC cubes based on Coffee Lake, catch a sneak peek at the new all-in-one PC for POS applications and learn more about biometric face recognition technology.

On show are the SH310R4, SH370R6 and the XH310 and DH310. Despite their compact dimensions, these entry-level and mid-range models based on the 8th generation of the Intel Core series (Coffee Lake) pack a real punch. Among the company's showcase of fanless computers, it’s the DL10J that is sure to turn the most heads. This model is the first to be based on Intel's Gemini Lake with HDMI 2.0 and can link to networks via a Gigabit Ethernet connection, pre-installed WLAN or, for the first time, even a 3G/LTE module. What’s more, it can also control up to three monitors simultaneously. The new DH02U, meanwhile, offers equally great advantages, exhibiting an extremely high level of performance per cubic centimeter. Equipped with pre-soldered processors ranging from Celeron to Core i7, the DH02U boasts impressive graphics performance thanks to a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics processor and can display high-resolution content in 4K quality on four monitors simultaneously, thanks to its four HDMI 2.0 ports.

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SHUTTLE Computer Handels GmbH (25337 Elmshorn, Germany), Hall 12, Stand B87

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