Shuttle DX30 hands-on

Our friend Michael was kind enough to send us pictures and his first impressions of Shuttle's new Apollo Lake slim PC. An overall flawless experience, granted no Windows 7 support, but Windows 10 and Linux running just fine. Michael did notice a slight coil whine but had to get his ear close to the chassis to experience it.

His device scored a 1598 and 2761 on Geekbench's single and multi-core tests. Thermals are rather good, the Celeron J3355 reaching 82°C after 60 minutes of stress test (Junction Temperature is 105°C). The DX30 is now available in the US for $199.