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Shuttle Computer Group Upgrades Slim XPC  - PCSTATS.com Shuttle Computer Group Upgrades Slim XPC
Thu, Oct 12 2017 | 1:24AM | Filed under: Computer / SFF PCs| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

Shuttle Computer Group, Inc., one of the world’s leading designers of small form computers, announces its new XPC rugged, slim computers, the DH270 and XH270 that use the latest H270 chipset from Intel®. Designed for multi-screen video walls and high-resolution signage application, the one-liter Shuttle XPC DH270 and three-liter XH270 slim PCs support LGA 1151 Intel®6th/7th generation Core™ i 65W (Kaby Lake) processors.

With integrated Intel HD graphics, these new computers provide 4K/UHD video playback on up to three screens, with DDR4-2133/2400 memory as well as Intel® Optane™ technology which improves processing and data transfer speed and agility, up to 28 percent faster computing for action-packed, attention-grabbing performance.

“Our new DH270 and XH270 slim computers are perfect for triple display signage like in fast food restaurants, malls, and small business applications,” said Robert Garcia, channel manager, Shuttle Computer Group.

The DH270 and XH270 are designed with Shuttle’s exclusive heat-pipe cooling module with smart fan design, which allows for constant air circulation between the inside and outside of the machine resulting in greater stability for reliable, long-term, 24/7 operation.

With a slim 43mm height and compact size, the DH270 and XH270 have a VESA mount and use significantly fewer cables. They also have no daughter board, which makes assembly easy, and use industrial capacitors to meet the environmental operation demands of commercial applications.

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