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Shuttle XPC P2 3700w SFF Workstation

Shuttle has announced the availability of its first quad-core powered SFF workstations. XPC P2 3700w workstations can be configured with up to 8GB of DDR2 ECC memory – a perfect match for animators. Shuttle offers the XPC P2 3700w workstations with Microsoft's Windows Vista Business 64-bit or Windows XP Professional

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Shuttle Offers SDXi Bare Bone Kit

Shuttle announced the company’s newest offering of gaming bare bone PCs— the Shuttle SDXi bare bone kit. The package includes the custom hand painted SD37P2 chassis with custom Thermal Electronic Cooler from Peliter for the ATI Graphic cards in Crossfire configurations. Shuttle SDXi barebones now available only via web at

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Shuttle XPC 1337 Series SDXi

Packed inside the XPC 1337 Series SDXi system is a quad-core Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 quad-core processor. This processor features four-cores, twice the amount of processing power than dual-core equipped P2 3700 systems. In addition to having four processor cores to work with, XPC 1337 systems also feature 2GB

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Shuttle Energy Star Compliant XPCs

Shuttle announced today that XPC systems are now Energy Star compliant. With Energy Star compliance, Shuttle XPC systems consume 70% less electricity than comparable non-Energy Star compliant systems. Shuttle Energy star compliant systems include the XPC M2000 with Intel Viiv technology, the extremely small XPC X100 at 2 inches tall,

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AOpen XC Cube EZ945(C) For Conroe

AOpen is now adding XC Cube EZ945(C) as a new member to XC Cube series. XC Cube EZ945(C) supports the latest Intel Core™ 2 Duo (Conroe) CPU within its compact size, outstanding thermal and silent technologies that will provide the best 64bit processing performance! And if install the in coming

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Shuttle XPC X100 in Japan soon

More powerfull than a Mac Mini, More beatifull than a Mac Mini, more desirable than a Mac Mini, the XPC X100 from Shuttle will be soon in Japan and soon mine! For those hidden in a dark cave for the last past months, here you are the basic of this

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More on Microsoft’s Origami project

Engadget has more insights about Microsoft's Origami project, revolving around small palm held based devices, running full fledged Windows XP. Apparently, they've reported that these devices runs off Windows XP Tablet edition, and looks something like the picture above. We've learned a little more about Microsoft's Origami Project, and as

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VoodooPC HTPC with 8TB of storage space!

Engadget has news about VoodooPC's plans to create a HTPC with whopping 8 Terabyte of storage space under it's hood. Yes, it's a HTPC we are talking about, and not some large bulking data server: "When we heard that VoodooPC was planning a media PC with 16 drive bays and

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Intel’s Ultra Portable Mobile PC?

Microsoft had an "Origami" project exposed to public a few days ago, showing the a tablet like device that double up as a PDA and a portable entertainment system. This device that's exposed, is actually an early version of Intel's latest Ultra Portable Mobile PC (UMPC). This device definitely would

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Shuttle SN21G5 & SD36G5M XPCs

Shuttle has today launched 2 new XPC Barebone products: the XPC SD36G5M for Intel processors and the XPC SN21G5 for AMD. The XPC SD36G5M and XPC SN21G5 retain the look and feel of successful XPC products from previous years: both are based upon Shuttle’s G5 chassis, generally regarded as the

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Shuttle SD11G5 Review

Fancy a near-silent Small Form Factor that consumes minimal power? We present to you the Shuttle SD11G5, based on the Pentium M platform and with only ONE 92mm fan running in the system, you can be pretty sure that this system is dead silent! (more…)

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Shuttle XPC SD11G5 Pentium M SFF

Shuttle today launch a new product to redefine what users expect from a silent PC. To bring silent PC to the mainstream, Shuttle designers followed one well known rule, KISS (Keep it simple, Stupid) aiming for a silent PC solution that simply delivers, even to users new to this enthusiast

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Shuttle Launches NVIDIA SLI Ready XPC

Shuttle has today released final details of its much anticipated gaming barebone, the XPC SN26P. Previewed by a number of hardware review websites and magazines earlier in the year, the XPC SN26P has, even before today’s launch, earned itself numerous awards including “Most Innovative Product” awards from websites HardwareZone and

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BIOSTAR iDEQ 330N GeForce 6100 Mini PC

With the success of iDEQ 350G launched earlier this year, Biostar today proudly introduce iDEQ 330N mini PC system, the integrated multimedia platform for mainstream target. The iDEQ 330N also adopts the creative technology as iDEQ 3xx series in mechanical designs. Not a single screw is needed; the chassis can

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AOpen EX761 XC Cube For AMD

AOpen presents its latest 64-bit XC Cube platform, a PC featuring powerful audio and video capabilities - EX761, today. EX761, which has a 754-pin socket and supports AMD Athlon 64 and Sempron CPUs, is one of the first generation of Cube PCs which can run 64-bit Windows XP operating system.

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Shuttle XPC Tools

Shuttle is proud to announce the immediate availability of XPC Tools, a powerful yet easy to use system management utility, designed exclusively for the XPC. XPC Tools enables XPC users to monitor, in real-time, system performance and thermal characteristics, and to adjust the XPC’s Smart Fan features accordingly. XPC Tools

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Shuttle XPC SN26P SLI

Shuttle's SN26P takes 3D performance to total new heights. As the name suggests, this machine comes pre-fitted with 2 pieces of Geforce 6800 GT in SLi mode. Look here to know how Shuttle managed to squeeze these high end cards in such a small package! (more…)

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