1-Liter Coffee Lake PC with Dual 4K Display Support
The successor to the best-selling DH110, the Shuttle DH310 is now available with the latest 8th generation Intel processors. Featuring up to 6 cores and 12 threads, the new processors with integrated UHD graphics provide performance boost for effortless multitasking and smooth video playback. With built-in HDMI (version 2.0a) and DisplayPort, the dual 4K displays can be easily configured. The compact model also includes eight USB ports and two serial ports for convenient, flexible peripheral options. Measuring just 190 x 165 x 43 mm, there’s still room for 2.5” hard drive as well as dual M.2 expansion cards and support for up to 32GB of DDR4 memory. The DH310 is designed as the perfect choice as an entry-level PC for digital signage, POS, kiosk, Office Desktop and more.
Intel® 8th Generation Processors
The DH310 is available with the 8th Gen Intel® Core™, Pentium® and Celeron® processors in the LGA1151v2 package. With new processors up to 6 cores, the platform supports up to 32GB (16GB x 2) of DDR4-2666 memory, integrated UHD graphics and PCI-E controllers to support onboard graphics output for outstanding graphics performance.
4K UHD Experience
The Shuttle DH310 features one HDMI 2.0a output to support 4K@60Hz resolution (4096 x 2160) at a maximum of 60FPS as well as transmission of high dynamic range (HDR) video, which allows viewers to enjoy the vivid streaming, higher contrast ratio, and more accurate color from HDR-compatible displays and TVs.
High Storage Capacity with M.2
With native M.2 2280/2260/2242 Type M and one M.2 2230 Type E slot, the DH310 offers considerably faster storage performance and expansion capacity for M.2 SSD and Wi-Fi modules.
*M.2 supports both SATA and PCIe storage interfaces
Next-Gen Intel® CNVi WiFi Support
With on-board M.2 2230 expansion slot, the DH310 is Intel® CNVi function ready which supports installation of CNVi wireless module for an efficient and optimized gigabit wireless networking.
Exclusive Cooling Technology
The DH310 features Shuttle’s exclusive heat-pipe cooling system with smart fan design. The clever ventilation design allows for constant air circulation between the inside and outside of the machine resulting in high stability and low noise for long-term operation.
The Shuttle DH310 is VESA mount compliant and allows for versatile integration into hardware systems. This space-saving capability is well-suited for digital signage and kiosk applications with limited space.
Support Power on by RTC
Save energy costs as well as the cost of on-site service with Power-On by RTC function. Set automatic ‘Power On’ and ‘Power Off’ times by RTC via BIOS. Power on by RTC can also be turned on and off with the Windows task scheduler.
Operating System Support
– Windows 10 64bit
Intel® 300 Series Chipset
Equipped with the Intel® H310 chipset, the DH310 supports Gigabit LAN, M.2, SATA 6Gbps, SD card reader (which supports SD Ver. 3.01) as well as USB 3.1 Gen 1 interfaces, providing higher data transfer speed.
Dual Display Productivity
With HDMI and DisplayPort outputs built-in, the DH310 supports two independent displays, providing productivity benefits and dynamic visualization for multitasking and digital signage applications.
In addition to two video outputs for dual displays, the DH310 also features four USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, two RS232 interfaces as well as SDXC card reader for convenient, flexible connectivity options.
High-Speed Dual Gigabit LAN
The Shuttle DH310 has built-in dual Intel® i211 Gigabit LAN and supports Wake On LAN and Teaming Mode function to provide high-speed data transfer capability and thus a better business networking integration.
Operable in 0-50⁰C
The DH310 uses industrial capacitors in order to meet the environmental operation demands of commercial applications.
*With use of SSD and Wide Range Temp. SODIMM
24/7 Nonstop Operation
Officially approved for 24/7 permanent operation. Thanks to Shuttle’s low power consumption design and stable operation, the DH310 runs highly reliable and meets the long-run demands of computing work.