Shuttle is showing off a new 10 inch netbook with an Intel Atom N450 processor. That’s not the interesting part. This is: It has a GXT jack for connecting an external video card to the netbook. It’s either the poor man’s version of NVIDIA ION, or an excellent way to have a light weight, inexpensive netbook that gets great battery life most of the time, but which allows you to plug in a high end graphics card when you want to do some serious gaming.

Roland from Netbook News got a good look at the netbook at CeBIT in Germany, and he’s posted a video which you can watch below.

The demo unit had a 3 cell battery, 3 USB ports, a card reader, webcam, and Ethernet jack. There’s also a SIM Card slot, which means that there will at least be a 3G option for this notebook. It’s due out in the third quarter of the year.

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