Shuttle has this week added a new addition to their range of mini PC systems, in the form of the newly launched ARM-based Shuttle Android DSA2LS.
The system is the very first ARM-based Android system that Shuttle has created and was first unveiled earlier this year. Shuttle has now announced that the new mini PC is now available to purchase throughout Europe and is priced at €158 or around $210.
The Shuttle Android DSA2LS system is powered by a Freescale i.MX6 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor supported by 1GB of RAM of RAM and includes 4GB of flash storage together with a handy SDHC card reader, enabling users to add an extra 64GB of storage when required.
Other features of the new Shuttle DSA2LS include 4 x USB 2.0 ports together with an Ethernet, RS-232 serial port, HDMI and VGA port. Shuttle explains a little more about their very first ARM-based Android mini PC system :
“Powered by a Freescale ARM Cortex-A9 i.MX6 Dual Core processor with a fanless cooling. Its built-in 2D/3D GPU allows for connecting one Full HD display. Furthermore, the device also sports a Gigabit-LAN interface and Wireless-LAN for access from remote while the integrated SD card reader can be used for storage expansion.
In additon, several USB ports and one serial port are available to connect peripheral devices. The audio signal is either put out by the line-out port or led digitally through HDMI. The DSA2LS is approved for 24/7 nonstop operation and is a cost-effective solution for digital signage applications whose power consumption is around only 4 Watt in idle mode.”
The Shuttle DSA2LS comes supplied running Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and measures just 7.5 x 5.6 x 1.4 inches in size. For more information on the new Shuttle Android mini PC system jump over to the Shuttle website for full details, specifications and ordering options.
Source: LiliputingFiled Under: Android News, Hardware, Technology News