We already knew the Shuttle XS35 V3 that works with an aging Atom D2700 and which was completely passive cooling. According to the sources of our colleagues Fanlesstech , Shuttle is currently tweaking the V4 version of the XS35 . The idea is the same, keep a fanless design but incorporating a little more power in this mini- PC.
V4 should take the same design as the V3 pictured here
So we return to a J1900 Celeron based on the Bay Trail architecture with operating frequencies of 2 GHz base and 2.42 GHz when the turbo starts whistling as the BX . The CPU is 4C/4T equipped, 2 MB cache and incorporates an Intel HD Graphics chip that churns at 688/854 MHz. All this in a TDP of 10W .
It is unclear whether Shuttle will provide a version with a dedicated GPU like the GTA version of the XS35 V3 or if they will be satisfied with the Intel IGP.
No official announcement has yet been made and we know nothing about the release date and price, or even connectors and ports available.