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Shuttle XPC slim DX30 a new passive miniPC with Intel Apollo Lake



Shuttle XPC slim DX30 a new passive miniPC with Intel Apollo Lake


From Shuttle We receive information about your new model of passive computer Shuttle XPC slim DX30 in barebones format. A system that continues the tradition of this brand in the field of fanless computers, this time updating with the latest generation processor Intel Celeron J3355a miniPC that we will see in detail in a future review.

The new passive model Shuttle XPC slim DX30Shuttle XPC slim DX30 as we say mount processor Intel Celeron J3355a Dual Core model with 2 MB cache, speed up to 2.5 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 500 GPU, power consumption 10W TPD which is developed using the Intel Apollo Lake microarchitecture in 14nm construction. Inside the miniPC we can mount up to 8GB of DDR3L memory at 1.35v in two SODIMM slots, a 2.5″ SATA3 hard drive and a disk in M.2-2280 format.

The casing of Shuttle XPC slim DX30 It has dimensions of 19 x 16.5 x 4.3 cm (depth/width/height), which gives us an approximate volume of 1.35 litres. On the outside and distributed between the front and back, it has HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, optional VGA, 2x USB 3.0, 4x USB 2.0, card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, PS/2 and 2x RS-232. Through the DisplayPort output we can have video 4K up to 60fps and we also have the option to activate up to three monitor connections simultaneously.

Serial with the Barebone DX30 we have a wifi adapter installed that has an external antenna, the box of this model can be mounted both vertically and horizontally and has different VESA support options. The system integrates Wake-on-LAN, Remote-Power-On options and if a special jumper is removed on the motherboard the computer starts automatically as soon as power is supplied. An ideal model to work 24/365 since with its low consumption we will not have thermal problems.