Shuttle XPC H7 5820S launched with ability to work with 16 displays at once

Oct 31, 2011
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If you've been following along with Shuttle's ever-increasing library of mini PCs, you know that they all look rather similarly simple and sleek on the outside - today there's one with a feature on the inside that'll have your sense of smallness blown out of the water. What the Shuttle XPC H7 5820S has is a new feature by the name of Matrox M-series multi-display graphics, this allowing you to work with up to 16 displays at once. You'll also find a set of other fantastic specifications inside, but it's the displays that will have you mesmerized.

Of course a multi-monitor setup is nothing without the computing power inside to back it up. Inside you'll find an Intel Core i7 processor and up to 16GB of RAM. This computer has the ability to be configured with quad- and hex-core processors, two 1TB hard disks, and comes stock with a Blu-ray burner and Windows 7 right out of the box. All of this fits inside a tiny 7.5-inch tall black box that I'm sure you'll not mind popping right out there on your home office desk.

Of course why on earth would you use this setup for office work, (complete with your 16 monitors, whichever you choose them to be,) when you could play GAMES with it. You've also got internal 6Gbit/s SATA connections to 8-channel HD audio, several high-speed USB 3.0 ports, and Shuttle's improved air intake system as well as their proprietary "Heatpipe" liquid cooling system. How gigantic will you make it get?

When you do start to consider how big you'll get here, consider this: you can go for any one of the many different Matrox M-series multi-monitor display boards. You could choose one or two M9128 dual-monitor, M9138 triple-monitor, M9140/M9148 quad-monitor, or M9188 octal boards. If you choose the M-Series PCI Express (PCIe) x16 boards, you'll get up to 2560 by 1600 resolution on as many as eight monitors at the same time. Use two of these boards at once and you'll have the full 16 monitors at once.

Pick a setup up today at Shuttle.eu or at any one of several online retailers inside Europe (or outside, if you're feeling rich.) The base build costs 1446 EURO which rings in at 2013 USD. Grab it now!


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