Shuttle today explained to us the reason behind its push into the business sector is more about the harm tablets and other mobile devices are doing to its traditional desktop strategy than just plain diversification.
Shuttle has announced its latest barebones system, the SH55J2, with the Mini-PC platform offering support for Intel Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 chips from Intel.
IFA 2009Just how thin can computers go? And do we actually care about the girth of our desktop tech? Shuttle Inc certainly seems to think we do, releasing a new ultra-thin all-in-one-PC with a Linux operating system this week.
Mini-PC specialist Shuttle has launched the new Shuttle Barebone D10, originally announced at IFA earlier this year, a cutesy-looking small PC with a 7" touchscreen display integrated into its front panel.
If you don't fancy the cutesy Chumby as your must-have tech bedside companion, then you might plump for the new Shuttle D10 mini PC with in-built screen instead.
Despite the diminutive sizes of its machines, Shuttle appears to be getting itself some serious delusions of grandeur. You can’t possibly make a small form factor gaming machine. Can you? Well, with the machines that Shuttle has been putting out recently these delusions have become reality.
Small form factors cases are cool, right? They’re compact, light and look awesome. Unfortunately building a gaming rig out of one is usually impossible, with space enough for nought but a puny pixel pusher. Not with Shuttle’s latest barebones system though; the XPC SX38P2 is just about as high end as you could wish for.