Shuttle XH410G: 3-litre mini-PC launched with Comet Lake-S processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 support
Shuttle has announced its latest mini-PC, the XH410G. While the machine may look like a run of the mill mini-PC, the XH410G packs a punch. Measure 250 x 200 x 79 mm, the XH410G supports with a choice of 65 W Intel processors, an expansion slot and multiple ports.
Specifically, Shuttle has designed the XH410G with an LGA1200 socket, meaning that it supports Comet Lake S from the Celeron G5900 to the Core i9-10900. The machine also has two SO-DIMM slots, an M.2 2280 slot and a 2.5-inch bay that can take up to 9.5 mm drives. Additionally, Shuttle has included an M.2 2230AE slot for Wi-Fi cards.
The XH410G has multiple ports, including Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 2.0a, VGA and four USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A ports. There are also four USB 2.0 ports and dedicated headphone and microphone jacks.
Another highlight of the XH410G is its PCIe slot, which supports X16 PCIe 3.0 and up to 75 W. Shuttle has left enough space in the chassis to accommodate a graphics card, so you could install something like the GeForce GTX 1650. The XH410G supports up to 208 x 120 x 33 mm expansion cards, for reference.
The Shuttle XH410G will be available from €283. It is unclear when the machine will be purchasable, though.