Shuttle has announced a new barebone Ryzen Mini-PC dubbed 'XPC slim DA320' and is evidently based on the A320 chipset. The PC requires an AMD AM4 APU - either Ryzen or Athlon - as the display engine on the integrated graphics is needed for display out.
The DA320 is a 1.3-litre steel chassis that measures 19cm long, 16.5cm wide, and 4.3cm high. The PC is intended to be used in offices like digital signage, etc., and can output up to three 4K displays on a Ryzen APU with the help of a single HDMI 2.0 output and dual DisplayPort 1.4 outputs. Athlon processors, though, can only power two displays. The mini PC supports up to 32GB dual-channel SODIMM memory with speeds of up to 2933MHz. High-speed memory should be helpful for the integrated graphics as it relies entirely on system RAM.
In terms of storage, the DA320 has a 2.5"drive bay, as well as two M.2 slots that support the common 2280 standard, as well as the less common 2242 and 2260 standards. The PC comes with four USB slots, two of each for USB 3.2 Gen 1 and USB 2.0. It also has a card reader supporting all common SD card formats up to UHS-I speeds. The PC also has two RS-232 COM ports for connecting suitable peripherals.
Network connectivity on the XPC DA320 is also decent as it features dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, powered by dual Realtek RTL8111H Ethernet controllers. The PC also supports Wake-on-LAN for Remote Power On.
For easy setup, a 75/100mm VESA mount has been provided, and the chassis comes with numerous M3 sized holes such that it can be mounted almost anywhere. The system is powered by a 120W external AC power adapter and is actively cooled by two 60mm fans and two heatpipes.
The XPC DA320 has been priced at EUR 198.00 (excluding VAT) and is available to purchase in Europe at select retailers.