Shuttle uncovers the XS36V, its smallest barebone to date. This new model has a fanless design and fits in a 36mm thin 1-liter enclosure.
Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH, the
European subsidiary of Shuttle Inc., one of the leading developers and
manufacturers of compact PC solutions such as the world-renowned XPC
Mini-PC Barebones, presents the XS36V, its smallest barebone ever.
The case of this machine is just 36 mm thin and is a welcome addition
to the Shuttle XS35 product family “Slim PC” which has already
made a name for itself in the market.
"The XS36V is aimed at users whose main priorities are minimal
operating noise, an extremely small footprint and a wide range of
connection options," states Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR at
Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. "Particularly in the areas of
automation, control and POI/POS, this rather unconventional model
stands out from the crowd with 24/7 continuous operation, WOL,
resume-after-power-failure and always-on features and RS-232
The XS36V is based on the current Intel Atom D2700 processor in
low-energy 32-nm technology (1 MB cache, 2.13 GHz). The GMA 3650
graphics core integrated in the processor and three different monitor
ports (HDMI, DVI-D, VGA) allow flexibility in the choice of screen
type for dual-monitor operation. In addition to Gigabit-LAN and 5x USB
2.0, this model also offers two RS-232 interfaces for professional
applications (e.g. device control). An integrated card reader can read
and write to standard memory cards. A 2.5" drive (HDD/SSD) is
accommodated in the case measuring 22 x 3.6 x 16 cm (DWH). The
intelligent design of the case does away with the need for fans which
means one less moving part and less dust in the case. With the
optional PV03 mount, the XS36V can also be fitted to VESA-compatible
screens or a wide range of other surfaces.
The recommended price for the Shuttle XS36V Barebone is EUR 172.00 (ex