Shuttle has unveiled the XPC H7 5820S, a new small form factor PC that stands out thanks to its ability to run up to 16 displays at a time, thanks to a pro-grade graphics card, and a high-end spec that you’d expect to see in a rig twice its size.
Despite the looks, this here is not a fancy new external optical drive. It’s actually a full PC—a “Mini PC,” actually—made by Shuttle, who specializes in making compact desktop PCs. Dubbed the XS35 series, this new line is listed as Shuttle’s smallest ever, with dimensions of 25.2 x 3.85 x 16.2cm, but can hold in
It’s pretty small and compact, but Shuttle’s new mini-rig is pretty powerful for its size. Not that it’s something new, since Shuttle has always been able to come out with compact performance PCs, but their newest XPC comes with a pretty good deal. What’s inside the new J1 4100′s small frame? A system that runs
That’s not an external optical drive you’re looking at. It’s actually Shuttle’s upcoming Windows-based nettop that runs on Intel’s Atom D510 dual core processor. The fact that it measures only 3.3cm? That’s not what makes it awesome (although the size does add to its overall awesome-factor)—it’s that this small desktop kit comes with Nvidia’s ION2