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Shuttle X500V Is An All-In-One Touchscreen PC Preloaded With Linux

Shuttle X500V Is An All-In-One Touchscreen PC Preloaded With Linux

Here's some more all-in-one PC info for you, just in case you like that kind of thing. Shuttle has gone ahead and introduced a new version of their X500 line up, which still rocks that "ultra-thin" veneer. This time around, we've got a new OS for you, and it comes preloaded for your out-of-the-box using pleasure. It's a touchscreen too, so that has to count for something, considering that's all the rage right now, even for computers.

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Shuttle X50 All-in-One touchscreen nettop with Atom 330 dual-core

Shuttle X50 All-in-One touchscreen nettop with Atom 330 dual-core

CES may have been less well attended than last year, but it was still big enough that many stands went ungraced by the SlashGear team.  One I wish we'd called by was Shuttle's, who were showing off their X50 All-in-One nettop.  As has been pointed out, it's a direct rival to the ASUS Eee Top, only instead of that model's N270 processor the X50 rocks a 1.6GHz dual-core Atom 330 CPU. 

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Shuttle OMNINAS KD20 2-bay NAS starts the product line

Shuttle OMNINAS KD20 2-bay NAS starts the product line

The folks at Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH have shown off a brand new network-attached storage system by the name of OMNINAS KD20. This NAS is the first in its product range and is aimed directly at small offices, workgroups, and home use. You'll have 2-bays of storage power with solid aluminum and white plastic surrounding the whole construct. Both of the hot-swappable drive bays are able to work with up to 4TB 3.5" hard disks and SSDs.

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Space shuttle Endeavor flight deck is festooned with buttons

Space shuttle Endeavor flight deck is festooned with buttons

The flight deck of NASA's now retired space shuttle Endeavor is certainly not the place for a pushbutton Bobby. The buttons you see in this picture are a small part of the switches, toggles, blinking buttons on the flight deck of the retired shuttle. I don't see how the flight crew would keep track of all those buttons and what they do. I have a hard time remembering what key on my keyboard I bound a macro to.

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Shuttle planning netbook with poached ECS team?

Shuttle planning netbook with poached ECS team?

Shuttle are best known for their small-form-factor (SFF) desktop PCs and barebone systems, but according to the latest rumors swirling around the unnamed "market sources" of Taipei they're considering branching out into netbooks.  To do that, so DigiTimes suggest, they're not taking the arduous high-road of locking themselves in the lab and seeing what they can come up with, but instead are allegedly planning to poach a 40-strong team from rivals Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS).

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