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Shuttle unveils new X350 Slim PC packing ION graphics

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on June 23rd, 2010

Shuttle is one of the most prolific SFF PC makers around. The company is most known for all of the barebones kits that it offers that let the buyer complete the system with their own hardware. Over the last few months, Shuttle has been offering more and more complete PCs.

The latest of these complete PCs is the X350 Slim PC. The little machine uses NVIDIA ION graphics. The tiny machine is 1.5-inches thick and designed for people with little space. The machine is so small that it can be mounted behind a PC display or TV.

Shuttle XPC J3 5800G packs full size hardware into pint size chassis

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on June 17th, 2010

Most of the news that comes out of E3 has to do with new games and accessories for consoles. If you are more of a PC gamer, that can be irritating. Shuttle has announced a new gaming PC at E3 called the XPC J3 5800G.

As with everything we expect to see from Shuttle, the 5800G is a small form factor gaming PC in a small 8.5″ x 7.5″ x 13.1″ chassis. Inside the small chassis can be crammed an Intel Core i7 extreme edition CPU, 16GB of RAM, 2TB of storage, and an NVIDIA GTX 480 video card.

Shuttle unveils small SX58J3 barebone PC kit

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on May 27th, 2010


Desktops are still popular even though notebooks out sell them most of the time today. One of the more popular lines of desktop computers are small form factor machines and all in one devices. Shuttle is a big name in the SFF market and the company has announced a new computer today.

The new machine is called the XPC Barebone SX58J3 hailed as the smallest, fastest PC in the world. The tiny little machine measures 33 x 21.5 x 19 cm and supports the new 6-core Intel Core i7 CPUs along with other socket 1366 CPUs.

Shuttle ships J1 4100P and G2 7600P workstations

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on April 5th, 2010

Last week Shuttle shipped a new SFF gaming machine called the J1 4100G. Today shuttle has announced that it is shipping a workstation version of the J1 along with a G2 7600P SFF workstation.

Presumably, the machines are similar except one uses Intel hardware and the other uses AMD. I will assume the J1 4100P uses Intel hardware since the gaming version does. The machine can be had with Core 2 Duo or Quad processors and NVIDIA Quadro graphics.

Shuttle drops J1 4100G SFF gaming PC

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on April 2nd, 2010


Small form factor computers are very cool. They take up less space than the average computer and look cool to boot. The downside is that the small dimensions often mean you can’t get high-end components into the device.

Shuttle has a new SFF computer that debuted in Europe a while back that has now made its way to the US. The machine is the J1 4100G and for a limited time you can get a free CPU upgrade, free video game, and a free gaming mouse.

Shuttle debuts tiny 3.3cm thick XS35 PC

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on February 26th, 2010

Shuttle has been selling small form factor computers as barebones machines to people for a long time now. Most of the offerings from Shuttle are barebones machines that lack a CPU, RAM, and storage typically.

Shuttle has pulled the wraps off its latest offering called the XS35 that is a complete computer. The tiny machine is 3.3cm thick and has a chassis in the 1-liter class. The machine runs an Intel Atom D510 processor and the NM10 Express Chipset. Graphics are via NVIDIA Ion 2 and the machine has HDMI out.

Shuttle to offer 50% off some XPS models Friday

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on November 23rd, 2009

shuttlexpcsp35p2I have drooled over the Shuttle XPS line of small form factor computers for years. I always wanted one of the small but powerful machines to toss inside my entertainment center to use as a HTPC. If you have had your eye on one as well, Friday might be the day to buy.

Shuttle has announced that on Friday and Monday it will offer up to half off some of its XPS computers. The deals will be on some of the entry-level and mainstream XPS machines. That means none of the high-end gaming versions will get the special pricing. Exactly where the deals will be offered is unknown.

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Shuttle unveils X500V all-in-one with Linux

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on September 4th, 2009

shuttlex500v-sbShuttle is well known in the small form factor market and is becoming increasingly known for producing some cool all-in-one computers as well. Shuttle made its name producing barebones small form factor systems that appealed to gamers looking for a desktop computer that was easy to take to and from a LAN party.

Shuttle unveiled a slick new all-in-one computer today called the X500V that will make fans of open source operating systems happy. The machine is called the X50 All-in-One PC and ships with openSUSE Linux preinstalled.

Shuttle certifies barebones PCs for Windows 7

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on August 14th, 2009

shuttleht4500h-sbSmall form factor computers are great for users who don’t have lots of room around their desk or in their entertainment center. The only real drawback to the systems is that they tend to be pricey and not have as much power as larger machines.

Shuttle has announced that it has certified several of its barebones computers to work with Windows 7. The company’s product team certified the barebones systems with Windows 7 Ultimate RTM. Shuttle says that all of the tested machines are ready to use and have appropriate drivers from various manufacturers.

Shuttle announces all-in-one X50 barebones PC

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on June 23rd, 2009

shuttlex50bb-sbShuttle is famous for its small form factor barebones machines that come with almost everything you need to get the computer up and running. Typically, you have to add your own RAM, storage and operating system to the machines.

Shuttle has announced its first barebones all-in-one PC called the X50. The machine comes with a dual core Intel Atom 330 CPU, 15.6-inch touchscreen, 1.3-megapixel webcam, memory card reader, Wi-Fi, stereo speakers, a mic, and a 65W fanless PSU installed.

Shuttle to unveil new nettops at Computex

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on May 26th, 2009

shuttlenettop-sbNettops are becoming very popular as an alternative to more expensive desktop computers. The nettop is basically the desktop equivalent of a netbook. The machines use similar hardware and offer similar performance.

Shuttle is well known for making small form factor computers like the X270v we talked about earlier this year. The company will be unveiling a pair of new nettops at Computex in June that both use the Via Nano processor. The two machines will include the XS92 and the XS92F.

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Shuttle unveils X270V Linux Barebone PC

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on April 20th, 2009

shuttlex270v-sbIt wasn’t so long ago that if you wanted a HTPC, the best you could hope for was a computer roughly the size of your average cable box and a bit thicker. Today there are a number of very small and thin HTPC systems available that are sized more like a Nintendo Wii.

Shuttle has announced a new machine, that is larger than the Wii for sure, but still compact enough to fit into an entertainment center or onto your desk called the X270V nettop. The little machine is designed to run openSUSE Linux and features an Intel Atom processor.

Shuttle announces XPC H7 4500H complete computer

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on March 30th, 2009

shuttleht4500h-sbTypically, when I talk about a new product from Shuttle it’s a small, bare bones machine that you need to add your own CPU and other parts to before you can use it. Shuttle also makes a line of small computers that are complete and ready to use out of the box.

The latest complete system being offered by Shuttle is called the H7 4500H and is a full media center PC. The machine runs Windows Vista Home Premium and has an integrated DVB-S TV tuner card. The tuner offers users time shifting including recording and pausing of programs. The tuner also has an electronic program guide.

Shuttle X50 all-in-one with lunchbox handle

Posted in Shuttle by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2009

Shuttle X50 all-in-one with lunchbox handleI keep thinking that this thing should have some snazzy A-Team or Superman graphics on it. Anyhow, Shuttle has gone official with its new X50 all-in-one PC, which takes aim at ASUS’ Eee Top.

With this one you’ll get a 15.6-inch 1,366 x 768 touchscreen, with an Atom 330 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, a built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam and microphone, and a five USB 2.0 ports. Sadly it appears that you can’t order one just yet, but it should be available by the end of the month for around $500.

Shuttle release update for Phenom II compatibility with SFF PC

Posted in Shuttle by Shane McGlaun on February 20th, 2009

Shuttle Phenom II SFFI have said before that I like the idea of small form factor computers like the ones Shuttle is famous for. I would love to have a SFF machine to put into my entertainment center to use for an HTPC. Earlier this month Shuttle announced a new Intel Core i7 and X58 chipset SFF machine.

Shuttle has now announced a SFF machine that supports the new 45nm Phenom II CPUs from AMD. The machine doesn’t appear to be new like the Intel system, but simply a BIOS update for an existing XPC Barebone SN78SH7 that provides Phenom II compatibility.


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