Shuttle announces 43mm high barebone for Haswell chips to




Shuttle DS81 has put on the market, a barebone with the LGA1150 socket on the motherboard accommodates a Haswell processor. The thin housing Shuttles new barebone is only 4.3 inches high.

The DS81 of shuttle was already shown at the Cebit, but the Shuttle barebone now marketed. The Shuttle FS81 motherboard, which is built around the Intel H81 Express chipset, provides an LGA1150 socket. Containing a processor from the Haswell generation can be punctured, which can include. Up to an Intel Core i7 with a TDP of 65W It can be placed in two SO-DIMM slots, while further up to 16GB DDR3-1600 memory, the 2.5 “drive bay area offers an SSD or hard disk. Moreover, the motherboard provides a full size mini pci-e slot , which can be an mSATA SSD, and a half size mini pci-e slot which can be used to place a WiFi module. using an adapter used, for example, this is optional available from the manufacturer.

Shuttle has DS81 compact dimensions given: 1.3 kg heavy casing measuring 190x165x43mm. On the front are four USB 2.0 ports can be found, along with audio inputs, an SD card reader and an on / off switch. At the back are two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports available. There are also two Gigabit Ethernet ports, one HDMI output and two DisplayPort connectors. There are also two RS232 ports installed.

According to shuttle the DS81 can control an associate professor screen. The manufacturer also claims that the housing operates in environments with temperatures from 0 to 50 ° C, so that the barebone also would be suitable for all types of professional use. Good Shuttle operates a retail price of 179 euros for the barebone.


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