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Shuttle delivers at the CES International 2005

| Trade Shows News | Posted: Jan 7, 2005 1:02 am

As many of you would know, the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has kicked off today in Las Vegas, where several big names in the industry open the doors to many new goodies in the works along with product releases galore.


Shuttle are one such mob in on the action, sending word of two new products showcased at their booth. Namely, their latest XPC SB95P v2 SFF (based on Intel's 1066FSB 925XE chipset), and also a new XP17 flatpanel display with 8ms response and TempAR (anti-reflective) panel technology.


SB95P v2:
Taipei, Taiwan - January 6, 2005) Shuttle Inc, a leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories, today introduces the XPC SB95P v2, the world's first SFF computer based on the best-of-class IntelĀ® 925XE chipset. Featuring support for wicked-fast 1066MHz PentiumĀ® 4 CPUs, x16 PCI E graphics cards and next generation dual-channel 533MHz DDR2 memory, the XPC SB95P v2 defines computing on the edge.


XP17 flatpanel:
(Taipei, Taiwan - January 6, 2005) Shuttle, the leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories, today unveils the all-new XP17 flat panel display, a professionalquality active-matrix LCD with 1280 x 1024 pixel native resolution. Its wicked-fast 8ms response time and super-high-quality TempAR panel make the XP17 one of the most-refined flat panel displays on the market today.


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