The nettop goes ultra-thin with Shuttle’s XS35; the 3.3cm HTPC features a 1.6GHz Atom D510, ION 2 graphics, HDMI-out, 5 USB ports, ethernet jack, 2.5″ HDD, and DVD drive.
Hang it on a wall, carry it around with its handle or prop it up like other all-in-one PCs: the Shuttle X50’s chief strength is its versatility, aided by a 15.6″ touchscreen and 36mm thickness.
Shuttle squeezes a gaming rig into its signature small form factor cases with the SDXi Carbon; a QX9770 CPU, dual-slot GTX 280 and 16GB RAM are kept cool with Liquid I.C.E. tech.
The Shuttle Atom is low cost entrant to the nettop category (Intel Atom powered mini desktops); it consumes only 23 watts when idle, is whisper quiet and still squeezes in 4 USB ports.
Hot on the heels of Dell’s Studio Hybrid, Shuttle’s SLK4800 ($300) steps up from the value K4500 ($200) with the addition of an optical drive and dual VGA/DVI outputs. Standard: Linux; Vista +$180.
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