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Yesterday we ran through the Taipei convention center to see how construction of the booths for this year’s Computex trade show were progressing. When we walked by Shuttle’s booth in hall 2 of the convention center, we saw pictures of three un-announced barebone small form factor systems, the X38 based SX38P3 Deluxe, the G33 based SG33P3, and the P35 based SP35P3 Deluxe. Although the show is still one day away, we came back to the Shuttle booth and were able to see all three of these new systems.         The first system we looked at was the SX38P3 Deluxe, Shuttle’s new flagship barebone system. The SX38P3 will replace the SD37PV2 as the Shuttle’s... Read more...
Shuttle, purveyor of excellent miniscule systems in a box, seems to be planning to re-enter the motherboard market soon: "During a recent interview with Digitimes to be published during Computex 2007 (June 5-9), a Shuttle representative revealed that the company is planning to start shipping stand-alone motherboards for its XPC line of small form factor (SFF) PCs." This could end up being a very good move for Shuttle, especially given the strong trend towards smaller form factor PCs in recent years.Though the article doesn't cover the subject, it is worth speculating where Shuttle might go with their motherboards concept.  There is already a healthy market for high end desktop motherboards,... Read more...
Greetings from rainy Taipei! Even though Computex is more than 24 hours from its official start, the convention center is packed with thousands of people getting booths ready for the show. We took a walk through the convention center today to see if we could find anything that would pique our interest.     One of the first things you notice when you get near the convention center is that computer companies are advertising in every place imaginable, including this blow up AMD sign on top of a shopping mall.    Currently, the show floor is filled with... Read more...
The guys over at the Tech Report take a look at the new and sexy Shuttle XPC SN27P2 barebone. Packing the brand new nForce 570 Ultra chipset and 400W power supply in a sleek aesthetic, the new XPC barebone brings Shuttle back to it's roots as a maker of cutting-edge mini-PC barebones. "In a sense, the SN27P2 is vintage Shuttle. The system was released soon after AMD's Socket AM2 processors became available, and its nForce 570 Ultra chipset comes from a cutting-edge core logic family. Perhaps more importantly, the SN27P2 is filled with thoughtful little features that only a small form factor veteran like Shuttle would recognize as essential."  ... Read more...
Whether you're in the market for a small form factor system or not, you're bound to think the Shuttle X100 is one sexy piece of hardware. It may not be the fastest SFF system out there, but its feature set and form factor make the X100 truly impressive.  Who needs a Mac-Mini when these things are available? "Shuttle is taking a different approach to the notebook-based small form factor system. Unlike the limited upgradeability of the Apple Mac mini and AOpen mini PC, Shuttle's new notebook-based small form factor system attempts to pack the goodies and upgrade capabilities of a gaming notebook into a slim rectangular box. Does Shuttle's X100 have what it takes to win over enthusiasts... Read more...
The Core 2 Duo release has raised many eye brows as of late. HTPC users are also excited with Intel finally releasing fast and cool running chips that would work well in a Small Form Factor case. The problem with the new Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme processors is existing Socket T (LGA775) compatible motherboards are not compatible with the new processors due to different voltage requirements. This means the existing 945G Express based Shuttle SD31P is incompatible with new Core 2 processors. However in time for Intel's recent processor launch Shuttle has a brand new toaster-sized small form factor system. Coupling the new P2 chassis with a Core 2 compatible motherboard Shuttle is unleashing... Read more...
Even though Computex 2006 has ended, we're still getting some good coverage of the event. The Tech Zone reports on what Shuttle and Tyan brought to the party, with some good pictures of Shuttle's new XPC products. "Shuttle used Computex to launch 4 new XPC products to its range of XPC computer systems. They range from an ultra small form factor system to a new media center PC. Tyan shows off their new personal super computer." Shuttle's XPC Media Center 2000 is one nice looking piece of hardware. It's equipped with a GeForce 7600 GS, uses Intel Viiv, and sports Windows XP MCE.... Read more...
Hardware Zone gives 4 out of 5 stars to Shuttle's new SFF PC. The Shuttle XPC SN27P2 uses AMD's new Socket AM2, and puts up some good benchmark numbers, though it's not much of an overclocker. "Officially launched at Computex recently, the Shuttle XPC SN27P2 is one of the first, if not the only SFF for AM2 in the market now. Besides supporting the new platform, the chassis has also undergone a minor facelift and some internal modifications. Read on as we assess if the world's leading SFF manufacturer still has the mojo."  ... Read more...
Good evening all! Marco here to let you all know that we've just posted a new article where we evaluate the features and performance of Shuttle's new VIIV compliant SD36G5M XPC small form factor system. The SD36G5M may be based on the familiar G5 chassis, but Shuttle has incorporated a few new features into this system that are sure to pique your interest. Click here to check it out...  ... Read more...
  When we look at the Small Form Factor platform's relative size and shape, it is easy to see why these systems are becoming extremely popular as dedicated living room or home theater PC's. With the gradual adoption of Media Center PC's in the home, Shuttle is now trying harder than ever to ensure that those systems are small yet robust SFF systems. With the release of the new SD36G5M, Shuttle has brought to market a potent system which supports Windows Media Center and conforms to Intel's VIIV platform. Although packaged in the familiar "G" style chassis, the SD36G5M is equipped with a wealth of new features and functionality that differentiate it in the field of... Read more...
With Shuttle announcements and news seemingly all over the news this week, it should be no surprise to hear that the company has yet another new model on the horizon. As a direct replacement for Shuttle's original M1000 HTPC, a new and updated M2000 model is set to make its debut. The latest iteration of the full-size HTPC will incorporate an Intel Core Duo CPU, DDR2 memory, Soundblaster LIVE! audio, and rely on a GeForce 6600LE GPU for graphics power. At this time Shuttle is claiming that these specs are still possible to change, though with a launch at CeBIT more than likely this assortment of hardware is probably what we'll see showing up in retail.... Read more...
The Register has exclusive info regarding Shuttle's latest living-room destined SFF system dubbed the XPC X100. With a size significantly smaller than the company's previous offerings. Designed around Windows Media Center, the system uses an Intel Core Duo CPU matched with DDR2 memory, SATA drives, and the usual array of ports. Perhaps most interesting is the availability of an MXM-based graphics solution that should make for some interesting mods and upgrades once the system becomes available.Shuttle has taken the wraps off its upcoming next-generation small form-factor PC which crams an Intel 65nm dual-core processor, memory, hard drive, optical storage and other goodies into a case that's... Read more...
The Tech Report has just posted a review of Shuttle's brand new XPC SN21G5. This mini-PC is based on NVIDIA's GeForce 6100 integrated graphics chipset and supports Socket 939 AMD processors. We have the SN21G5 (AMD) and SB36G5M (Intel VIIV) in the lab "as we speak" and will have our reviews posted shortly. "Fortunately, Shuttle hasn't completely forgotten about do-it-yourself PC builders. In fact, the company has just launched a new addition to its small form factor barebones lineup. The XPC SN21G5 packs NVIDIA's GeForce 6100 integrated graphics chipset, a carefully massaged ICE cooler, and room for a GeForce 7800 GTX into Shuttle's... Read more...
SFF vendor Shuttle is spreading word that the company will be introducing a new SFF platform that is even smaller than their conventional XPC systems. Aimed squarely at the living room, it is likely that these new systems will place a large emphasis on aesthetics and low-noise such that the PC belnds nicely with the other home theater components in the room. Unfortunately, no significant details have been shared thus far, though we imagine the rumor mill will be coming up to speed shortly."We have introduced the world's first SFF PC five years ago and thus have invented the small form factor. The time to set another milestone has arrived: a new form-factor will help Shuttle to make the new Shuttle... Read more...
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