[CES 2010] Shuttle has redesigned their X50 to be an all-in-one machine which comes with the standard all-in-one trappings including a 15.6″ LCD touchscreen display, an Intel D510 dual core processor running within and a couple of DDR2 RAM modules to get you started right out of the box. Don’t expect to see a long shelf life with this, not when you only have one 2.5″ drive bay to play around with. Still, you get built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, a webcam, a microphone and 2-channel audio that ought to keep the casual user happy for some time to come. Desktop and Flash games are all this is good for, especially when you do not have a dedicated video card to rely on but just integrated Intel GMA3150 graphics. One thing’s for sure though – there isn’t any high monthly bills to worry about with the Shuttle X50 since it sips off a mere 40W power supply.
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