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!
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 group. The distinctive white XPC
Courtesy of Storage Studio, the Sim Lim Square Retail shop where you can catch glimpses of very unique and niche products, we got to play with a very special PC product… a fully configured IWILL ZMax d2. Now, what exactly is an IWILL ZMax d2? Essentially, it is IWILL’s successor to the ground-breaking ZMAXdp, the
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 VR-Zone. The barebone has been
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 open upward together with the
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. EX761 is also designed to
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 also adds features to XPC
Today, VR-Zone will be taking a look at one of the latest small form offerings from Shuttle, the Shuttle SD31P. Featuring the latest Intel 945P Express Chipset supporting the Dual Core Pentium D from Intel, enthusiasts will love this power packed little monster.
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!
The major drawback many SFF PCs face is the small choices available for the user in terms of components. Many a times, you will have to stick with the motherboard , cooler and power supply that comes with the SFF case. Silverstone’s SG01 is an answer to this limitation as it opens up the doors
We have heard that Shuttle will be putting their SLI-capable Nforce4 XPC on demo at Computex ’05. Based on the Nvidia Nforce 4 SLI MCP, we speculates that the SFF will be based on the ‘P’ Chassis, but how is Shuttle going to improve air circulation within the XPC, especially when the Geforce 6800/6600s are
Shuttle Inc, determined to maintain its lead in the SFF market, recently attended UK’s only IT Trade exhibition, CTS. Targeted towards resellers, CTS provided the ideal platform to deliver a strong brand message to a receptive channel.
Today, we bring you Shuttle’s latest innovations, the ST20G5 featuring the ATI Xpress 200, the first chipset featuring onboard DirectX 9.0 graphics, and the SN25P, Nforce 4 packed into a pretty Shuttle P chassis. How does the ST20G5 fare against the SN25P? Click to find out more!
Soltek began their QBIC line during the Nforce2 and i845 heyday and offers unique features like the ability to use aftermarket heatsinks and including 802.11g wireless network adapter and carry-all backpack. Lets see how the EQ3901-300PW fairs against a bigger brother.
Shuttle anticipates that demand for BTX systems will not pick up until next year, while projecting that 5% of the 750,000 XPCs it expects to ship this year will be BTX systems. Shuttle will roll out three new BTX XPCs this year, each of which will be built using the pico-BTX form factor but has
Shuttle today introduces the XPC ST20G5. Based on the ATi RADEON XPRESS 200 chipset, the first integrated graphics solution with DirectX 9 and OpenGL technology, this amazing SFF computer brings stunning graphics and wicked-fast Athlon 64-bit performance to the wanting mainstream market. Built around ATi RADEON XPRESS core logic, the Shuttle XPC ST20G5 features Athlon
AOpen has launched the new XC Cube EZ855-II based on the 855GME chipset supporting Pentium M/Celeron M processor with 533/400Mhz FSB. There are two available DIMM slots supporting PC3200/2700/2100 up to 2GB, 1 AGP 4x slot, 1 PCI slot, two ATA-100 IDE channels, IEEE1394 ×3, Realtek Gigabit LAN as well as Realtek AC’97 (5.1ch) audio.
AOpen is preparing for the March launch of its smallest XC Cube SFF PC to date, the MZ 855. The Intel 855GME-based system dubbed the Cube Mini, will only be 106mm tall and will support Socket 479 Pentium M processors, a 400MHz FSB and up to 2GB of DDR333 memory. Although running a notebook CPU,
Shuttle announce the XPC SN25P—the first SFF to offer both HyperTransport and PCI Express. This wicked-fast performer is housed in the award-winning Shuttle "P" chassis and built around the leading-edge NVIDIA nForce™4 chipset. Shuttle is the first vendor to deliver a fully-enabled NVIDIA nForce 4 SFF solution. The XPC SN25P resets all previous performance benchmarks
SFFTech has come up with a nice review of the small form factor Shuttle G5 8300MC. Clear pictures, little details such as noise and running temperatures make it a good read.