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Shuttle All-in-One PC Barebone X50V4 Comes With Touchscreen, Lacks Fan
Any All-in-One PC is worth checking out, especially if you happen to live in an apartment that is tiny enough as it is, and would required a whole lot more space to cater for your growing family. Apart from that, these AiO machines tend to be small and can be discreetly placed around in your living room, making it look as part of the decoration in a seamless manner. Having […]

Shuttle Delivers Intel Haswell Performance In 3L Case
Shuttle, a name that is extremely familiar with those who happen to deal with SFF (Small Form Factor) computers, is back this time around with their latest XH81 and XH81V machines which will be made available to the European market. The two models happen to have a 3-litre capacity, which is extremely small, make no mistake about it. These Shuttle Barebones XH81 and XH81V will be based upon an Intel […]

Shuttle DS81 Small But Packs A Punch
Just like how we are told not to judge a book by its cover, so too, should we not write off a small form factor computer based on its size alone. After all, there is the saying that goes something like this – it is not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. Shuttle, a name that has long been […]

Shuttle launches new series of Cedar Trail nettops
If you’re shopping about for a mini-desktop/nettop, you might be interested in taking a look at Shuttle’s new offerings. The company known for their small form factor PCs has released three new computers, all of which feature Intel’s Atom D2700 dual-core processors and will be a fan-less system. This is thanks to Intel’s new chips whose maximum TDP of 10W does not generate much heat, thus allowing he new lineup […]


Shuttle XH61 slim PC has new Intel Sandy Bridge processors
Shuttle is well known for their power packed computers that come in super small form factors, and one of their latest releases would be the Shuttle XH61 slim PC which packs in second generation Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors – all without going beyond what the 3 liter chassis is able to hold. Yes sir, this high-performance small form factor solution will run on Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge […]

Shuttle XPC H7 5820S loves to socialize with multiple monitors
One can more or less say that the Shuttle XPC H7 5820S computer is not monogamous at all – in a sense where it is a real party animal, thanks to Matrox’s M-Series multi-display graphics card inside that allows you to work with up to 16 different displays simultaneously. Your eyes need not worry about going blind either, since each display is capable of working just fine at resolutions of […]

Shuttle H3 6700P is a computer for professionals
While Shuttle Computer has shown us that it is more than capable of creating gaming desktops, it has just announced the availability of another high-end computer – this time it’s one that’s targeted at the professional workplace instead. Called the Shuttle H3 6700P, it is touted as a professional and workstation PC designed to deliver rock-solid, professional-grade performances in a minimalist-styled package.The H3 6700P packs Intel’s H67 Express Chipset platform, […]

Shuttle H3 6700G gaming PC up for purchase
Shuttle has a spanking new H3 6700G gaming PC that is ready to tempt your bank account, where it will add another model to the high-performance small form factor desktop market. With a 3.3GHz Intel Core i5 quad-core processor (up to 3.4GHz Core i7 2600K) running underneath the hood, you can be sure that high performance is on the agenda – accompanied by NVIDIA’s GeForce performance graphics (up to GeForce […]

Shuttle embraces E3 with new gaming PCs
Shuttle has long been a name synonymous with computer cases which are small in size, but they deliver in terms of performance – achieving a careful balance between form and function artfully without missing a beat. This is a classic case of not judging a book by its cover, or rather, not judging a computer’s performance by its size. Gaming enthusiasts who want a small form factor computer without making […]

Shuttle rocks Computex with new small form factor PC range
Shuttle has opted the stage and bright lights of Computex to deliver their latest range of small form factor PCs, where among them would be the highly-anticipated “Sandy Bridge” small form factor PCs. Not only that, Shuttle also has in store for the masses their latest 1.5 liter and 3 liter slim PCs, in addition to space saving all-in-one PCs that are a firm favorite with apartment owners since they […]

NASA announces where space shuttles go to rest
In a ceremony held at the Kennedy Space Center today, NASA’s Administrator Charlie Bolden announced where all the space shuttles that have taken their final flights will go to rest. In addition to announcing the resting places of the shuttles, they commemorated the 30th anniversary of the first shuttle flight. The space shuttle Discovery will be placed in the National Air and Space Museum just outside Washington DC. The Enterprise […]

Shuttle looks to Sandy Bridge with new XPC Barebones
Shuttle intends to update their extremely popular Mini PC line by throwing in Sandy Bridge processors into the mix – we’re talking about the XPC Barebone SH67H3 and SH67H7 that are capable of playing nice with i3, i5 and i7 processors. Both models will feature support for a pair of 3.5-inch drives, a solitary 5.25-inch drive as well as the ability to stash away up to 16GB DDR3 RAM thanks […]

Shuttle P10AN01 joins the tablet crowd
[CES 2011] Shuttle’s foray into the tablet market comes in the form of the P10AN01 – powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 250 chipset (by the way, NVDIA’s stock has already hit $20) alongside a 1GHz Cortex A9 processor to give it a rather beefy foundation. Android 2.2 FroYo is the operating system of choice here, so don’t expect a fully optimized tablet experience. Strangely enough, the 10.1” capacitive multitouch display sports […]

Shuttle X350 might be slim but is no performance pushover
The Shuttle X350 has been sent to the fat house, resulting in a form factor that is 33% the size of its predecessor at a mere 38.5mm thin. This slim design will certainly jive with many modern homes these days, especially those who want to maximize their living space in increasingly cramped conditions. You can easily mount it behind a flat screen TV or monitor, and since it has a […]