After the good results obtained with its mini PC DS81, the German manufacturer Shuttle has now announced its next generation of mini PCs based on the architecture Skylake Intel, the Shuttle DH110 .These small computers are specifically designed for playback of content in 4K Ultra HD , and are certified for use 24 × 7.
Shuttle is offering Skylake based Intel sixth generation processors, the user can choose the range that best suits your needs between Intel Celeron and Core i3, i5 and i7 processors with up to 65 watts TDP. It is low energy equipment but powerful enough to time, so on this occasion have active cooling to keep the system in good temperatures in continuous operation 24 × 7.
The Shuttle DH110 uses RAM memory DDR3L low voltage (1.35V) instead of DDR4, in this case supporting up to 32GB of storage (16GB x 2), and inside you can install up to three hard drives, one 2.5 inch SATA interface 3, in M.2 2260/2242 another format and in a format in which 2230 M.2 place could install a WiFi / Bluetooth combo module, depending on user needs.
The DH110 is also noted for its connectivity, it provides multiple USB 2.0 ports (two in total) and USB 3.0 ports (four in total, two in front and two behind), plus two connectors RS232, two LAN Gigabit RJ-45 ports, a PS / 2 combo port and HDMI 2.0 outputs video and Display Port 1.2. It also has an eSATA port on the rear for greater compatibility with all types of external devices.
As a mini PC that is, the Shuttle DH110 is compatible with VESA on the back of a monitor, and since it has a volume of only 1.3 liters and a thickness of 43 mm can be placed anywhere without taking up much space like its kin Shuttle NC01U.
Shuttle did not disclose or release date or the price will these new mini PCs, so we’ll have to wait for all the details.