A Brand New Member to XPC Family: XPC-PLUS officially rename to XPC nano
As the pioneer of Small Form Factor PC design and manufacturing, Shuttle once again demonstrates its advanced small form factor design and create a brand new member XPC nano (XPC-PLUS officially rename to XPC nano)to XPC product family with only 0.5-liter size but with stunning outlook and reliable performance. “This year, we are proud to introduce XPC nano, with only 0.5-liter size design. Featuring compact size, best-in-class cooling technology, XPC nano is able to equipped with Core™ i7 and still allows for stable and long-term operation. In order to enhance 3D performance, Shuttle is so glad to work with AMD and launches AMD Radeon™ Graphics discrete box so that players can enjoy even better 3D gaming experience or Full HD video entertainment. ”says Andy Cheng, the Vice-President of Application BU, Shuttle.
XPC nano has a plenty SKUs of CPU options: Atom™, Celeron®, and Core™ i3/ i5/ i7. Equipped ample I/O connectivity: HDMI, mini DisplayPort, RS232, USB 3.0/2.0, and Gigabit LAN, the XPC nano is easy to connect diverse peripherals to meet different application required. Considering specific need of graphics performance, NC series has a unique solution to let users easily expand their graphics performance by adding a graphics discrete box. As long as the main box is connected to the graphics discrete box, users can enjoy a better experience for multimedia and gaming graphics processing. In addition, XPC nano also has optional SKUs with wireless charging capability and colorful models for choose.
The NC series discrete box provides two options with AMD Radeon™ R7 M350 and AMD Radeon™ R7 M365. The AMD Radeon™ R7 M300 series Graphics uses new 28nm GNC architecture with powerful 3D graphics performance. The series can support Windows 10 as well as optimized performance for next-gen APIs (Vulkan™, DirectX® 12, Mantle, OpenGL 4.4). “Combining the AMD Radeon™ M300 series graphics with Shuttle’s XPC nano ultra-small PC delivers outstanding performance in a small but powerful package,” stated Matt Skynner, corporate VP and general manager, Computing and Graphics Business Unit at AMD. “The NC series discrete box with AMD’s award-winning GCN architecture, complete support for Windows10 with DirectX® 12 and energy efficient AMD Enduro™ technology will deliver customers an outstanding experience on the most demanding games and applications.”