Shuttle is all set to officially launch its new Nettop computers at Computex next month. The machines are the XS92 and the XS92F. Both of the nettops will be powered by the VIA Nano CPU. The machines are packaged inside chassis' that are smaller than Shuttle's typically tiny SFF machines.
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The XS92F will get the VIA Nano L-series processors while the XS92 gets the L2100 or L22000 Nano running at 1.8GHz or 1.6GHz. Other specs like price, storage, and Ram are unknown.
We can expect to get the full spec list when Computex rolls around in a few weeks. I would expect the machines to be cheap considering they use the VIA Nano CPU. MY money says they will sport 1GB of RAM, Windows XP, and a 160GB HDD.
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