The X50 also has 5.1 channel audio, a 4-in-1 card reader, a 1.3MP camera, and 802.11n WiFi.
This little machine would probably make a halfway decent media center system, if you’re happy with a 15.6 inch display. If you need a bit more oomph, there’s a VGA port on the back of the unit and a 5 USB ports scattered around the sides. You can check out an image of the back and side of the computer after the break. Shuttle hasn’t made the pricing official yet, but word on the street in January was that this computer would sell for $599 with Windows XP or $499 with no OS installed.
What do you think? Would you buy a Shuttle product over similar all-in-one touchscreen computers from Asus and MSI? Or are you baffled at this whole new cheap, low power touchscreen desktop craze?