Shuttle has tossed another new SFF gaming machine onto the US market with the new J3 5800G unveiled at E3. The machine may be small, but it can be packed with some high-end hardware like the new NVIDIA GTX 480 video card and Intel Core i7 CPUs.
The small gaming machine can be fitted with up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM and it offers 7.1-channel surround sound audio along with Gigabit Ethernet. The OS is Windows 7 and the Core i7 CPU can be one of several models up to the Extreme Edition. Storage is up to 2TB with space for two HDDs inside the machine.
The machine comes with a DVD burner stock and can be upgraded to Blu-ray. A USB 2.0 port and USB/eSATA port are located on the front panel of the machine. The computer uses a 500W power supply. The machine measures 8.5" x 7.5" x 13.1". The machine starts at $1899 and will get much more expensive than that when the GTX 480 and high-end CPUs are added.