A little less expensive than the HP Pavilion, this machine is basically identical except for styling and does not include a keyboard or mouse. It has the same Intel Celeron processor as the Pavilion and thus the same basic performance.
Some people prefer this angular (square, in fact) design over HP’s; this computer can also be mounted to the back of a monitor or other mount with VESA-standard mounting dimensions. The computer — while slightly larger than the NUC at 5.6 x 5.6 x 1.2 inches — is incredibly small. Amazingly, while shorter than the Pavilion, it still can accommodate a 2.5” hard drive in addition to an M.2 drive.
Another fantastic option if you want to maximally tweak this system is to buy the barebones version for about $80 less. Then you can add exactly the RAM and storage you want — with no “wasted” upfront spending on 2GB of RAM if you want a lot more.
There is also a much faster fast Intel i3 processor version (also barebones) which is similar to a lower-end NUC in speed.
The Shuttle XPC requires DDR3L (low voltage) memory.
The Shuttle XPC Nano requires 42mm M.2 drives due to its case and mainboard configuration, so be sure you pick from the list here and not from our similar list for the NUC
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