Shuttle lets users build a tiny Haswell powerhouse with its new SH87R6 XPC barebones PC.
Shuttle’s SH87R6 mini-PC case supports Intel’s Haswell, PCI-Express x16, dual slot graphics cards and comes with a 300W power supply.
While certainly not as popular these days as they were going back seven years or more, Shuttle is still polishing off its XPC line of small form factor rigs from time to time with updated units and its latest jumps on the Z77 bandwagon.
While certainly not as popular these days as they were several years ago, Shuttle is still keeping its small form factor based XPC lineup refreshed with new models from time to time. A new model dubbed the XPC SZ68R5 has just been released which is based on Intel's Z68 Express chipset, using the company's FZ68
Call us presumptuous people, but there are times where impatience may turn out to be an asset instead of a liability, and it seems that major trade fairs and exhibitions such as Computex have a knack for proving us correct about such assumptions. As it turns out, TAITRA has held a Pre-Show International Press Conference at the
Shuttle has unleashed the XPC Barebone SX58H7 Pro, targeting gamers on the lookout for high-performance SFF desktops. Measuring 326 x 208 x 189mm, the stylish barebone comes in a black aluminum enclosure and boasts an X58 motherboard, four DDR3 memory slots (up to 16Gb), dual PCI-Express x16 slots (for SLI/ CrossFireX), four SATA ports, three
Shuttle has released the XPC Barebone SH67H3 and SH67H7, supporting Intel's new 32 nm-technology processors (Intel's second-generation Core processor). They feature a H67 motherboard, offering four DDR3 memory slots (up to 16Gb RAM), one 5.25" and two 3.5" drive bays, one PCIe 2.0 x16 slot (for graphic accelerator), one PCIe 2.0 x1 (for expansion cards),
Shuttle has announced the launch of its next generation slim PC, the Shuttle XS35. It sets a new benchmark with its 38.5mm thin chassis, and it can even be mounted behind a LCD monitor to save space.
Shuttle has unveiled the XPC Barebone SH55J2, targeting mainstream users and gamers.
Shuttle has unveiled its J1 4100 series of SFF PCs, targeting mainstream/ office users and gamers. More next page…
i-Power GXT Mini Shuttle, industry leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance SFF PC solutions, has its i-Power GXT Mini on display at CeBIT. Read more…
Shuttle XS35 Shuttle Inc., industry leader in high-performance SFF PC solutions, is preparing the ultra-slim XS35 Mini-PC for launch at CeBIT. More…
Shuttle SX58J3 Shuttle, renowned for their high-performance SFF PC solutions, has announced its new series of compact and stylish XPC models, namely the SG41J1, SH55J2 and SX58J3, targeting home users and enthusiasts. More details…
SHUTTLE today announced that the new J Series from its new XPC modelslineup will be unveiled at the 2010 International CES, the world’s largest tradeshowfor consumer technology, returning to Las Vegas, January 7-10, 2010. SHUTTLE will be unveiling its new XPC models, including the new J Series, with three models designed for entry-level, mainstream, and
Shuttle introduced a new all-in-one PC, the X50 from the new X Vision series. Shuttle X50, a 15.6” LCD Touchscreen nettop is powered by Intel’s Atom 330 dual-core processor and comes with 1GB of DDR2 memory. It has 160GB SATA drive loaded with Windows XP Home. Other features includes Wireless N, 5.1 Audio with 2x 2W Speaker, 1.3M Pixel Webcam and