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Shuttle X50V2 Plus touchscreen barebones gets Atom update

Shuttle X50V2 Plus touchscreen barebones gets Atom update

Shuttle's X50V2 barebones all-in-one PC has had another refresh, with a new Atom processor to replace the previous model's D510. The updated Shuttle X50V2 Plus now packs Intel's 1.8GHz dual-core Atom D525, paired with GMA 3150 graphics and support for up to 4GB of DDR3 memory. Up front there's still the same 15.6-inch touchscreen running at 1366 x 768.

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Shuttle makes customizing the SG41J4 barebones mini-PC easy

Shuttle makes customizing the SG41J4 barebones mini-PC easy

When it comes to barebones mini-PCs, the name that always springs to my mind is Shuttle. This is the company that has been peddling little computers for years that take up little space and generally come with some of the hardware installed in a cute little chassis waiting for the user to buy it and add their own CPU, RAM, and storage. One of the things that Shuttle hasn’t traditionally offered is a way that a user can customize their system.

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Shuttle Introduces Two New Mini-PC Models

Shuttle Introduces Two New Mini-PC Models

The Mini-PC maker is about to release two new barebone systems on Intel’s “Sandy Bridge”. The XPC Barebone SH67H3 and SH67H7 will support Intel’s i3, i5, and i7 processors and both will be available by the end of March.

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Shuttle offers discounts on all SFF Barebones PCs at Newegg

Shuttle offers discounts on all SFF Barebones PCs at Newegg

If one of the geeks on your holiday shopping list wants a new SFF or bearebones PC, the Shuttle name has to be at the top of your list. The company is famous for its line of SFF computers and has some really great offerings. This week may be the time to buy if you want a good price and like to shop on Newegg.

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Shuttle offers up three new XS35 slim HTPC ready to ship configs for US

Shuttle offers up three new XS35 slim HTPC ready to ship configs for US

Early this year Shuttle pulled the wraps off a new thin HTPC computer that is called the XS35. At the time, the machine had only one configuration to choose from. Shuttle has announced that there are now three configurations to choose from when it comes to the thin XS35 computer.

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Shuttle XPC Barebone SH55J2 SFF PC content with Core i3, i5 and i7 CPUs

Shuttle XPC Barebone SH55J2 SFF PC content with Core i3, i5 and i7 CPUs

Shuttle's latest small-form-factor PC has been unveiled, and the XPC Barebone SH55J2 manages to offer compatibility with Intel's Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 CPU ranges.  The first machine to support all socket 1156 Core variants, the SH55J2 is compatible with the onboard GPU found in certain Core i3 and i5 processors, and has both HDMI and VGA outputs; alternatively a PCI Express socket can take a dual-slot discrete graphics card.

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Shuttle X350 Slim PC lives up to its name

Shuttle X350 Slim PC lives up to its name

The only reason I don’t have a HTPC in my living room is that I lack the space to put it into my entertainment center. That is no longer an excuse for me with new and very thin machines like the Shuttle X350 Slim PC hitting the market.

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Shuttle offers J3 5800G SFF gaming rig to the world

Shuttle offers J3 5800G SFF gaming rig to the world

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.

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Shuttle SX58J3 SFF PC supports Core i7-980X Extreme

Shuttle SX58J3 SFF PC supports Core i7-980X Extreme

Just because you're small, doesn't mean you can't be powerful; that's pretty much the tagline for Shuttle's new flagship SFF mini-PC.  The Shuttle SX57J3 is a mere 33 x 21.5 x 19 cm in size, but is designed to swallow up Intel's hexacore Core i7-980X Extreme processor (or indeed any socket 1366 Core i7 chips), together with up to 16GB of DDR3 memory.

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Shuttle J3 to be Unveiled at Computex 2010

Shuttle J3 to be Unveiled at Computex 2010

Shuttle has made a name for itself for manufacturing of high-performance small form factor PCs, along with creating the XPC, and they've gone ahead and announced their Computex 2010 exhibition booth. The event is Asia's largest trade show for computers and the industry, which is held in Taipei, Taiwan. Shuttle wants to make sure they make a mark at this year's event, and therefore have a nice ace up their sleeve: the J3.

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Shuttle ships J1 4100P and G2 7600P SFF PCs

Shuttle ships J1 4100P and G2 7600P SFF PCs

Last week I mentioned that Shuttle was shipping the new J1 gaming edition SFF PC. Shuttle has now announced that it is shipping two more SFF PCs, this time aimed at the professional office user.

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Shuttle offers up J1 4100G SFF gaming PC

Shuttle offers up J1 4100G SFF gaming PC

Back in February I talked a bit about the cool looking new Shuttle SG41J1 SFF PC aimed at gamers and media hounds. At the time, the little rig had just turned up in a PR for Shuttle Europe with nary a hint of a machine for the US. Shuttle now has the little rig on its US website.

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