Shuttle intros DL10J mini PC with Gemini Lake CPUs
A few companies already presented their Gemini Lake mini PCs at CES 2018, however, Shuttle was not one of these. The Taiwanese mini PC barebone leader announced that it will showcase its first Gemini Lake devices at the Integrated Systems Europe event in Amsterdam. Among the showcased devices there will be the DL10J fanless model that measures only 7.5 x 6.5 x 1.7 inches and weighs around 3.3 lbs.
Apparently, Shuttle used the same chassis from the previous Apollo Lake models, but the Gemini Lake mini PC is definitely better as far as specs are concerned. Apart from the improved 10 W dual-core Celeron J4005 running at 2.7 GHz with integrated Intel UHD Graphics, the mini PC now supports two DDR4 slots for up to 8 GB of RAM and three different video outputs – HDMI 2.0 / DisplayPort / VGA. Other features include:
• one 2.5-inch bay and one M.2 slot for storage solutions
• SD card reader
• WiFi (includes 2 antennae) + GbE (through appropriate jack)
• two COM ports
• two USB 3.0 + four USB 2.0 connectors
• 40 W power adapter
• support for Windows 10 and Linux
No info on pricing and availability as of yet, but Shuttle also informed that the DL10J will come with a VESA mount and a vertical stand.