Shuttle D10 Desktop PC with 7-inch Touch Screen Display

Shuttle’s small form factor desktop PCs have maintained a similar, rectangular design for years. The Shuttle D10 is no exception, other than the addition of a built-in 7-inch touch screen display! The D10 is Shuttle’s first computer that boasts an integrated 7-inch (800×480) LCD touchscreen display. The display can be used to view photos, movies, music, video, etc. It was designed with surveillance and simple entertainment center functions in mind.

Shuttle’s small form factor desktop PCs have maintained a similar, rectangular design for years.  The Shuttle D10 is no exception, other than the addition of a built-in 7-inch touch screen display! The D10 is Shuttle’s first computer that boasts an integrated 7-inch (800×480) LCD touchscreen display. The display can be used to view photos, movies, music, video, etc.  It was designed with surveillance and simple entertainment center functions in mind.

The Shuttle D10 offers the following Specifications:

  • Intel Core 2 Duo E4000, Dual-Core E2000, and Celeron 400 series processor support
  • Intel G31 + ICH7 chipset
  • Up to 4GB RAM
  • Intel GMA 3100 video card
  • 5.1 channel audio support
  • Two 3.0Gb/s bandwidth SATA II controllers
  • Four USB 2.0 ports
  • Power efficiency and quiet operation

The Shuttle D10 will be available for approximately $475.

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