Shuttle Announces XPC Slim DH610 and XPC Slim DH610S Mini PCs Powered by Intel Alder Lake Processors
Shuttle has revised its range of mini PCs with the XPC Slim DH610 and XPC Slim DH610S, two models equipped with an LGA 1700 socket. As such, Shuttle sells a pair of Intel Alder Lake processors, with SKUs ranging from low-end Pentium Gold models to powerful Core i9 editions with 65W TDP. Basically, the XPC Slim DH610 and XPC Slim DH610S are similar machines, but with some differences in a few areas.
On the one hand, the XPC Slim DH610 features two RS-232 connections, a feature missing from the XPC Slim DH610S. In addition, Shuttle equips the XPC Slim DH610 with two Ethernet connections, one of which complies with the 2.5 Gbit standard. In contrast, the XPC Slim DH610S offers a single Gigabit Ethernet connection and can only power two external monitors. For some reason, Shuttle allows the XPC Slim DH610 to output to three external monitors simultaneously.
Individually, each unit measures 19 x 16.5 x 4.3 cm and has two S0DIMM slots for up to 64 GB of RAM. For reference, the Shuttle complements the large amount of RAM with an M.2 2280 slot (PCIe Gen 3) and a 2.5-inch drive bay. Furthermore, Shuttle equips both models with a number of other ports, including DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A. Although Shuttle has not publicly confirmed full pricing details, some retailers are already selling the XPC Slim DH610S for €281, while the XPC Slim DH610 costs €307.
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