Shuttle XS35 Series Gets Three New Ready to ship Options
Shuttle pulled the wraps off the thin XS35 HTPC computers back around CES early this year. The company has announced that it now has three more ready-to-ship configurations of the XS35 that are aimed at different users.
The XS35 for the normal user has an Atom D510 CPU, Intel GMA 3150 graphics, 1GB of RAM, 160GB of storage, WiFi and no optical drive. The XS35 for media adds in an Optical drive and 2GB of RAM along with 320GB of storage.
The high-end model is the XS35 GT with Intel Ion graphics, 2GB of RAM, 500GBHDD, and a DVD burner. All of the machines are in the same 1.5-inch thick case and D510 Atom CPU and can be crammed into your entertainment center easily.
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