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Shuttle shrinks AIO computer down to tablet size

By Juliet Umeh

Despite being great space-savers, All-in-One com-puters have been getting bigger over the years. But Shuttle’s new P20U bucks that trend and shrinks the touch display down to tablet size. It’s now a computing machine aimed primarily at point-of-sale applications rather than tiny student digs.

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Shuttle

Shuttle’s XPC all-in-one P20U computer comes as a barebones machine, meaning that buyers will have to spend extra for memory modules, storage drives, operating system and so on. An 11.6 inch, 1,366 x 768 resolution capacitive multi-touch display is present though, which is reported splash- and dust-resistant to IP54 standards. That’s big enough for watching YouTube videos or displaying product information in a retail setting, but photo editing or complicated spreadsheet creation might be challenging.

If you want to feed the visuals to a bigger monitor, that’s possible via the included HDMI 1.4 and VGA connections. Though if you were to do that for any length of time, you may as well go for a  mini-PC  and plonk it on your desk or mount it behind the display.

Shuttle’s XPC all-in-one P20U computer comes as a barebones machine, meaning that buyers will have to fork out extra for memory modules, storage drives, operating system and so on. An 11.6 inch, 1,366 x 768 resolution capacitive multi-touch display is present though, which is reported splash- and dust-resistant to IP54 standards. That’s big enough for watching YouTube videos or displaying product information in a retail setting, but photo editing or complicated spreadsheet creation might be challenging.

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