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Shuttle’s XS29 barebone PC has a 1.6GHz processor, up to 4GB of RAM, gigabit ethernet, DVI, VGA and standard audio jacks, 6 USB ports and Via Chrome9 HC3 video. It’s a Via Nano version of the X27, an otherwise identical … Continue reading
Similar to the Asus model we just reviewed, Shuttle’s X50 is another nettop all-in-one. It too has a touchscreen 15.6″ display with a 1366×768 screen resolution, 1 GB of RAM and an Atom CPU from Intel. I has a 160GB … Continue reading
Shuttle, purveyor of the shoebox-sized gaming PCs that can, announced its CES itinerary today. Here are the highlights: • The first Intel Core i7 small form factor: Shuttle’s H7 5800 was first unveiled at Intel’s recent press event, and will … Continue reading
Attention KPC owners: Shuttle has another freebie faceplate decal, this time for Christmas.
Shuttle makes small computers, but the X2700 is its smallest. The thermodynamically-unlikely dream of a true gaming box in such proportions remains elusive–it has but a humble Intel GMX 950 graphics chip–but at just an inch fatter than the Mac … Continue reading
Crunchgear’s Doug Aamoth is ambivalent about desktops with built-in touchscreens: he doesn’t really see the point in PCs like the Shuttle D10. But I can’t be the only one who sees a built-in touchscreen as incredibly convenient for a home … Continue reading