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  • Review: Shuttle Omninas KD20

    Shuttle Omninas KD20

    23 November 2012, 09:01

    Shuttle enters the world of network-attached storage.

  • Review: Shuttle XPC Barebone SH61R4

    Shuttle XPC Barebone SH61R4

    21 December 2011, 08:53

    The ultimate compact PC for a second-generation Intel Core processor?

  • Review: Shuttle XPC Barebone SH55J2 review

    Shuttle XPC Barebone SH55J2 review

    3 August 2010, 09:14

    Intel's Core i3 Clarkdale and Core i5 Lynnfield meet the Shuttle form factor.

  • Review: Shuttle XPC Barebone SX58J3 review

    Shuttle XPC Barebone SX58J3 review

    21 June 2010, 09:11

    Hexa-core processing and high-end graphics meet the Shuttle form factor.

  • Computex 2010 :: Soup up notebook graphics with Shuttle

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    Computex 2010 :: Soup up notebook graphics with Shuttle

    3 June 2010, 10:58

    Nick from Shuttle talks to Parm about external graphics for notebooks

  • Computex 2010 :: Shuttle gets home media down to an I...on

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    Computex 2010 :: Shuttle gets home media down to an I...on

    3 June 2010, 10:57

    It's the Shuttle XF35 Ion based system... small, powerful and very handy... a bit like Parm.

  • CeBIT 2010 : All the Intel bases covered with Shuttle

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    CeBIT 2010 : All the Intel bases covered with Shuttle

    10 March 2010, 13:58

    Shuttle is making sure it covers the full Intel range with the SG41 range...

  • CeBIT 2010 : Dual touch all-in-one PC from Shuttle

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    CeBIT 2010 : Dual touch all-in-one PC from Shuttle

    10 March 2010, 11:34

    "Ooh, touch me!" is not what Shuttle's all-in-one says... but it's what you do.

  • CeBIT 2010 : Want your own brand of laptop?

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    CeBIT 2010 : Want your own brand of laptop?

    8 March 2010, 18:18

    Want sell laptops? Give Shuttle a buzz, they'll do them in runs as small as 500 units. Doing the tech support for my Mum will kill you though...

  • CES 2010 - Shuttle launch a customisable notebook range

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    CES 2010 - Shuttle launch a customisable notebook range

    11 January 2010, 00:06

    By standardising the mainboard, Shuttle hope their notebook range with allow consumers to have easy flexibility to order up bespoke laptops to their needs.

  • CES 2010 - Shuttle shows off the J-Series

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    CES 2010 - Shuttle shows off the J-Series

    10 January 2010, 23:59

    The J-Series from Shuttle allows for more flexible user upgrades as it uses non-proprietary hardware... but still keeps that small form-factor.

  • HEXUS - COMPUTEX 2007 :: Nick's Shuttle Shenanigans

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    HEXUS - COMPUTEX 2007 :: Nick's Shuttle Shenanigans

    29 June 2007, 18:01

    Find out what Shuttle has planned for the coming months. Well, if Nick can remember the model names correctly. Or his own name for that matter.

  • Review: Shuttle's XPC mini X 200 reviewed

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    Shuttle's XPC mini X 200 reviewed

    12 April 2007, 09:07

    It's small, but is it perfectly formed? We take a look at the latest XPC from Shuttle, intended as a media center for your lounge.

  • Review: Shuttle XPC P2 3700G

    29 November 2006, 08:42

    In summary, with respect to our sample SKU, it all boils down to whether for £2000 you can accept the compromise of 'lesser' components for reduced space and greater portability

  • Review: Shuttle X100HA Small Form-Factor PC

    16 August 2006, 20:59

    Shuttle's innovative thinking extends to the X100HA. Our final thoughts? Good but not great.

  • Review: Shuttle XPC P 2500 G System

    31 May 2006, 12:58

    Shuttle has seen the popularity of all-inclusive SFF units, pre-built, and taken note. The end result is in the company releasing its own line of pre-built, customisable SFF XPC SKUs. ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SD11G5 SFF

    28 October 2005, 00:35

    One stumbling block Shuttle faces in marketing the SD11G5 is price. A search of online retailers shows it to retail at around the £340 mark. That's a lot of wedge ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SD31P

    17 October 2005, 17:47

    Shuttle's been refining the XPC line for a number of years now. In fact, it's an old hand at it now, and that's shown by the number of decent SFF ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC ST20G5

    29 May 2005, 00:00

    SurroundView in such a powerful, small space is what really sells this Shuttle XPC to me. If that appeals to you, go forth and purchase. After the disappointment of the ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SB86i

    27 May 2005, 00:00

    A very puzzling offering from the Taiwanese SFF giant and one I recommend you stay well away from. There are much better, and highly desirable, Pentium 4-based XPCs elsewhere in ...

  • Review: MV Cubik GamePro SFF PC

    4 May 2005, 00:00

    MV\'s component choice and reasonable asking price makes the GamePro an attractive proposition for the consumer that wants both substance and style in one beautiful package. Just add in a ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SB77G5

    23 January 2005, 00:00

    Overall, a fine product, somewhat soiled by the CPUs you\'d really like to use it with for maximum gaming performance.

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  • Review: Shuttle XPC SN95G5

    30 September 2004, 00:00

    Very highly recommended if you need Socket 939 in a small form factor enclosure and you can afford the asking price. Pester your favourite retailer for a price drop and ...

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  • Review: Shuttle's XPC SB81P

    20 July 2004, 00:00

    It\'s unappealing with the GMA900 on-board video, so wait for PCI Express graphics cards to appear, pick your CPU and GPU poison, then definitely consider the SB81P as the host ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SB61G2 v3.0

    22 May 2004, 00:00

    It\'s a tidy, polished implementation of a well trodden concept, with the odd rough edge here and there. But nobody else does a Pentium 4 SFF box quite like Shuttle, ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SB75G2 and XPC ST62K Zen

    3 April 2004, 00:00

    Shuttle, it seems, plans to dominate the lucrative SFF market by using a strategy of offering the consumer a cube based on every available chipset. Two newer cubes, reviewed today, ...

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  • Review: Shuttle SB61G2R RefleXion XPC

    24 December 2003, 00:00

    The defining role of any small form-factor system is to thoroughly question the need for a standard beige box. There\'s not much it can\'t do, and it does cause us ...

  • Review: Shuttle ST61G4 XPC

    8 December 2003, 00:00

    Sheer performance isn\'t great with a discrete AGP card. However, the combination of the factors listed above raise it from being a poor system to one that has merit. This ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SB62G2 SFF PC

    20 November 2003, 00:00

    Perhaps we\'re being critical here but the XPC line doesn\'t seem to have evolved greatly over the past 18 months. We want it all, all without compromise. That entails Wi-Fi ...

  • Review: Shuttle SB65G2 SFF System

    4 November 2003, 00:00

    In summary, the Shuttle SB65G2 is an effortlessly competent barebones unit that\'ll appeal to many potential buyers on the basis of performance, portability, features, stability and overclocking potential. It\'s not ...

  • Review: Shuttle XPC SN85G4 SFF PC

    22 October 2003, 00:00

    We\'re trying to pick small faults with what is an excellent addition to the XPC range. Its attractiveness stems from the use of AMD\'s new Athlon 64 Clawhammer CPU. It ...

  • Review: Shuttle AB60RS Springdale

    16 July 2003, 00:00

    Shuttle's task is a difficult one. Because they're not as well known in the U.K as, say, ASUS or ABIT, they have to make their boards better than these truly ...

  • Review: Shuttle SN45G nForce2 Ultra 400 XPC

    30 June 2003, 00:00

    This cube is the fastest AMD one yet. It\'s stable, fast, tweakable, feature rich and relatively quiet. One almost begins to question the wisdom of large boxes when this little ...