Small form factor computer manufacturer Shuttle has introduced a new addition to their range in the form of a new all-in-one mini PC in the form of the Shuttle P51U XPC. The Whiskey Lake-based all-in-one PC Is equipped with a 15.6″ capacitive touchscreen and features an IP54-certified front panel offering users full HD resolutions together with an energy-saving Intel Celeron 4205U dual-core processor.
Measuring just 39.3 w × 27.3 h × 4.0 d cm in size the small form factor computer can be used for a wide variety of different applications from home entertainment systems to point-of-sale engagement. The small mini PC can be used in battery mode for several hours before needing a recharge and is equipped with a passive cooling system providing low maintenance, silent operation.
Powered by an Intel Celeron 4205U processor, the dual-core unit clocks at 2×1.8 GHz and is supported by a HD Graphics 610 graphics chip, together with the ability to install up to 32 GB of DDR4 SO-DIMM memory thanks to the two upgradable RAM slots. “With the P51U, we are providing an even broader and more flexible offering for the POS segment. Its new clever features open up additional options for where and how it can be used,” says Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR at Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. “Following the X50, the P20U and the P90U, the P51U now marks the fourth platform for our all-in-one PCs. There are three screen sizes of 19.5″, 15.6″ and 11.6″ to choose from.”
The Shuttle P51U XPC all-in-one mini PC will first be rolling out throughout Europe priced at €422, and additional systems offering a range of Intel core options may be made available at a later date. The mini PC provides space for one 2.5-inch drive (HDD/SSD) and one NVMe SSD in the M.2 format, and also features a webcam, microphone, speaker, WLAN ac, Bluetooth and Gigabit Ethernet are already integrated. With 6 x USB ports on the outside and 1 x USB port internally, a card reader and two COM ports round out the P51U’s great connectivity. Shuttle has also made it possible to connect a further two displays via the HDMI and VGA ports.
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