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Daily News Round #2

| Posted: Feb 22, 2005 10:31 am

- Shuttle introduces 'BYOHT' / SN25P XPCs

It's double Shuttle action today as the fine makers of barebone XPC's kick up a couple of announcements on two new XPC offerings. The first brings to our attention their new "BYOHT" (Build your own home theater) product launch which introduces the XPC SB83G5C SFF unit with XPC MAX Home Theater software, integrated TV tuner, remote, XPC Tools, and built upon Intel's 915G platform. The full scoop on Shuttle's new HTPC offering within their press release folks.

 

(Taipei, Taiwan-February 22, 2005) Shuttle Inc, the leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories, today introduces the XPC SB83G5C, the world's first "Build Your Own Home Theater" computer kit for OEMs, system integrators and hobbyists.

 

"With XPC MAX Home Theater software, integrated TV-tuner card, remote control and Versatile Front-panel Display (VFD), Shuttle's latest SFF creation puts buyers in control," said CK Hung, CEO, Shuttle. "The XPC SB83G5C is the ideal starting point for hobbyists and system integrators looking to create their own media center computers."

 

The XPC SB83G5C with XPC MAX Home Theater software allows you to organize and play digital audio, video and image files. Watch live television or time-shift your favorite TV and internet radio programming-XPC MAX is the perfect way to archive, manage and enjoy everything the digital universe has to offer.

 


Next up, some exciting news for many i'm sure. Shuttle have finally introduced the first XPC based on NVIDIA's nForce4 chipset, make way for the new XPC SN25P.

 

Shuttle Inc, the leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories, is very proud to announce the XPC SN25P-the first SFF to offer both HyperTransport and PCI Express. This wicked-fast performer is housed in the award-winning Shuttle "P" chassis and built around the leading-edge NVIDIA nForce™4 chipset.

 

"Be prepared to be blown away by the performance and style of this radically new XPC," said Jonathan Yi, vice president, product planning, Shuttle. "AMD Athlon 64 enthusiasts have been begging for this implementation and today we're delivering."

 


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