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Shuttle’s fanless Bay Trail desktops are now available

Shuttle is offering its first low-power, fanless mini-desktops powered by Intel Celeron J1900 Bay Trail processors. The Shuttle XS35V4 is a small PC with an optical disc drive bay, while the Shuttle XS36V4 is a slightly smaller model without the drive bay. Both are sold as barebones computers, which means you’ll need to supply your […]

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Lilbits (2-26-2014): Shuttle’s fanless, Bay Trail PC

Shuttle has been making small desktop computers (and PC cases) for years. One of the company’s upcoming models looks like it could make a pretty nice media center PC (or point-of-sales or kiosk system). It features a 2 GHz Intel Celeron J1900 quad-core Bay Trail processor and passive cooling which means it shouldn’t make any […]

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Shuttle XS35 nettop now available

Shuttle’s XS35 line of nettops are just 1.5 inches thick, but unlike some tiny desktops on the market, the XS35 packs an optical disk drive. The little computer also has a ton of connectivity options including 5 USB ports, Ethernet, VGA, HDMI, mic and headphone jacks and a flash card reader. The nettop has built […]

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Shuttle intoduces nettop with next-gen NVIDIA ION graphics

Shuttle was making small form factor desktop computers long before the current nettop craze got started. But the company has been pretty happy to jump on the bandwagon with a number of tiny, low power desktops sporting Intel Atom processors. The latest is the Shuttle XS35, which should be on display at CeBIT next week. […]