Shuttle launches two Fanless Intel® Skylake U Platform Media players- DS67U series & DS68U
Shuttle Inc., today announces the release of their latest Fanless 1.3-liter slim PCs, DS67U and DS68U. Both support Intel® Skylake-U platform, equipped with 14nm Intel® Celeron® 3855U dual-core processor and support for up to 32GB DDR3L low voltage memory. There are three optional SKUs of DS67U, including DS67U3 (i3-6100U), DS67U5 (i5-6200U), and DS67U7 (i7-6500U). With built-in Intel® HD Graphics series allows these slim PCs to have ample performance for playback 4K content.
Geared towards 4K or analog signage markets, Shuttle offers DS67U series with HDMI and DisplayPort and DS68U with HDMI and D-sub (2560x1600) video outputs for dual-screen displays. Another difference between the two models is that DS67U series is built-in an IEEE802.11b/g/n/ac + BT combo wireless module and DS68 is built-in an IEEE802.11b/g/n wireless network card. Both comes equipped with functions such as dual Intel® Gigabit-LAN, Teaming mode support and Wake on LAN, which significantly increases remote data transmission efficiency for Digital signage and Kiosk systems for substantial savings of operating time.
The DS67U series and DS68 includes a robust I/O interface to provide a strong expansion capacity. Both offer four USB2.0, two USB3.0, SATA6Gbps, SD card reader, RS232,and RS232/RS422/RS485, allowing these devices to connect easily with various peripherals such as thermal printers, label printers, laser barcode scanners, and more. Built-in M.2 2242 Type M (DS68U M.2 2280) and M.2 2230 Type A expansion slots allow users to install SSDs or other such devices to boost the capabilities of the DS67U series and DS68U.
The DS67U series and DS68U are both certified to reliably operate 24/7 in up to 40 ⁰C temperatures and use a fanless cooling system, designed for long-term operation within retail, hospitality, transportation, government, healthcare industries, and more. These devices are also economical, using an efficient 65W power adapter to minimize long-term power consumption.