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Shuttle XS35 has Dual Core Atom, Nvidia Ion and now shipping for just $178

Thursday, August 19th, 2010 | Shuttle Nettops with 2 Comments

Shuttle XS35 Nettop

It’s been a long wait but Shuttle’s eagerly anticiaptedXS35 nettop is reality.  This 1.5-inch thick nettop is today rolling out to online retailers in the US and Canada, offering three pre-configured options to suit a variety of budgets. Common to all configurations is 802.11n WiFi, a dual-core 1.66GHz Atom D510 CPU, 5 USB ports, and a 4-in-1 media card reader, while the pricier two also include DVD-RW drives for good measure. The top XS35 spec gives you 500GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, a HDMI output, and the crowning glory of NVIDIA’s scrumptious Ion 2powering 1080p video playback.

Check out the full press release after the break or go directly to Amazon where the base version is now shipping for just $178 at Amazon (UPDATE:  Sold out, for now, but back in stock soon).

Fanless Shuttle XS350 Nettop launches this week in the US

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010 | Shuttle Nettops with 1 Comment

Shuttle x350 nettop

Just over a week ago we heard that the fanless Shuttle XS35 ION 2 nettop that was going to arrive in Europe this September. Now, Shuttle has announced that the nettop will be available in the US later this week via Shuttle’s own website.  We don’t see it there yet, but we’ll keep checking and let you know here when it’s available.

This new Shuttle nettop should be quite good.  It utilizes Intel’s dual core D510 processor, with both cores running at 1.66ghz.   There’s also Nvidia Ion 2 for graphics intensive processes like games and HD video.  Check out the full specs after the break.

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Shuttle XS35 – fanless, Blueray and Ion 2!

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010 | Shuttle Nettops with 1 Comment

Shuttle XS35 Ion 2 Nettop

Shuttle XS35 Ion 2 Nettop

It was back at CES 2010 that we first heard of Shuttle’s upcoming ION 2 powered nettop -Shuttle’s XS35.  Now, we have a few more details.  The Shuttle XS35 will have a dual core Atom D510 processor along with next generation ION graphics. Two standout features on this nettop are that it’s fanless and it has a bay for an optical drive so it’s possible to slip in a BluRay drive.  For ports: HDMI out, 5x USB 2.0 ports, VGA, LAN, 2.5” sata storage an optical drive.

When it launches, Blogee is reporting a price of around 320 euros (about $400)  and that’s without RAM, storage or optical drive. Blogeee says they expect it out in France around September.

Via: Blogeee

Shuttle Nettops spotted with DDR3 RAM Support

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010 | Shuttle Nettops with No Comments »

shuttle x50v plus intel atom d525 ddr3

Shuttle released specs for a series of new nettops and all-in-one PCs, including the Shuttle X50 V2 Plus which has a brand new Intel Atom D525 dual core processor with support for DDR3 800MHz memory.

As far as we’re  aware, Intel hasn’t officially announced the new DDR3-capable chips yet, so there’s no word on when these new machines will be available, but we’re thinking much sooner rather than later.

Shuttle launches Atom powered all-in-one nettop

Friday, September 4th, 2009 | Shuttle Nettops with No Comments »
The Shuttle X500V All-In-One nettop

The Shuttle X500V All-In-One nettop

Long time portable desktop pc maker Shuttle has brought a new nettop all-in-one to the mraket called the X500V.  The X500v is powered by a dual core 1.6GHz Intel Atom 330 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and a 160GB hard drive and instead of the ubiquitous Windows OS, this Shuttle runs OpenSUSE 11.1 Linux.

The small all-in-one computer measures about 15.4″  12.9″ x 1.4″ and has a 15.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel touchscreen display, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Ethernet, and 5 USB ports. It costs about 500 Euros in Europe but we don’t know about pricing and availability in the States yet.