Shuttle used to be famous for their line of small computer chassis which are a joy to have in homes that are short on space. Well, guess they could not resist the lure of netbooks, hence the Shuttle B10 netbook which is powered by your everyday Intel Atom N450 processor. While that is not terribly interesting, what piques our antennas would be its GXT jack which allows one to connect to an external video card – basically making this a poor man’s version of NVIDIA ION. Other specifications include a 3-cell battery, a trio of USB 2.0 ports, a memory card reader, a webcam, an Ethernet jack and a SIM card slot which points toward an optional 3G option. No idea on pricing, but it is tipped to hit the markets sometime in Q3 this year.