Shuttle Now Shipping Pre-Built Desktop PCs at Leading Online Retailers in the U.S. and Canada
Top-selling Shuttle PC models are now available as pre-built ready-to-ship (RTS) computer systems at major online retailers such as Newegg.com
City of Industry, CA -JANUARY 28, 2010
Shuttle, an industry leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance small form factor (SFF) PC solutions and creator of the XPC, is now shipping its best-selling models as ready-to-ship (RTS) computer systems at leading online consumer electronics retailers in the U.S. and Canada, including Newegg.com.
"Shuttle's sleek lines, brushed finish, and small footprint have always made it the brand of choice among DIY aficionados and in-the-know technology fashionistas," said Nicolas Villalobos, Director at Shuttle Computer Group in Los Angeles. "It's one of the best looking PCs that money can buy, and I'm thrilled to announce that our best-selling models are now available at some of the top online retailers - pre-built and pretty much ready-to-go right out of the box."
Shuttle RTS models have been expert configured for everyday computing and home entertainment, and features the latest and most energy-efficient processors and graphics available. These Shuttle PC models come pre-built with everything that a user needs to get up and running. Consumers simply need to turn on their new PC, install their choice of operating system, and they're ready to go.
Consumers can now visit the Shuttle store on Newegg.com
To find a Shuttle online retailer in the U.S. or Canada
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