Shuttle XPC Nano NC10U product Overview
Fourth generation of Shuttle’s XPC nano Series brings Whiskey Lake support
The Shuttle XPC Nano NC10U is powered by Intel’s power-saving ULV (ultra-low-voltage) processors of the Whiskey-Lake-U generation. This model supports two digital video outputs for UHD/4K displays with 60 Hz. Professional users will appreciate Intel Gigabit-LAN and one serial port which indicates what purposes the NC10 series is mainly intended for: Digital Signage, POS, control, office or even multimedia. Includes a serial com port for more connectivity.
Multiformat card reader
At last – no more searching for missing digital camera leads. Simply insert the memory card and you can access all stored photos and videos immediately.
The Kensington Lock forms part of the anti-theft system. This Mini-PC can also be safely locked, ensuring long-term enjoyment from your Shuttle product.
You can rely on SSD
This is where an energy-saving “Solid State Drive” should be used. This drive technology guarantees extremely short access times, the highest data transmission rates and considerably lower energy consumption compared to conventional hard disks. SSDs have no mechanical components at all, are therefore subject to less wear and tear and consequently benefit from a longer service life.
Fan-less external power supply
A highly effective external power supply provides the Shuttle Mini-PC with its energy. And since it works without a fan, it is completely noise-free.
Low energy consumption
Thrift is a virtue. In terms of power consumption this Mini-PC sets an example. It is not just good for the environment but for your pocket, too.
The practical VESA mounting surface on the back of the device enables it to be attached to monitor arms or wall mounts. The VESA format is standardised, making it suitable for most mounts.
The interface for the fastest of memory media
Internal drives to be used inside this Mini-PC can transfer data at a speed of up to 6 Gbit/s. Hard drives thus run significantly faster and brand-new media technologies such as SSDs can use their full potential. Be sure to look for SATA 6 Gbit/s.