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Shuttle Opens Silent PC Market to the Mainstream

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Steve Dougherty | Oct 14, 2005 at 6:15 am CDT (1 min, 33 secs time to read)

Shuttle have further extended upon their XPC lineup with a new "all-silent" design in the XPC SD11G5 offering, This small form factor XPC is based on Intel's highly efficient Pentium-M platform, helping to keep things nice and quiet without compromising performance. Also keeping heat and noise levels down is the inclusion of their *external 220W PSU. For all the details, head on over to the Shuttle website where the press announcement resides. Alternatively, you can get straight to the official product page here folks.

Launched today, Shuttle's newest XPC rede?nes what users expect from a silent PC. "Whether it's an of?ce workstation, a home server, or a home theater system, a silent PC solution offers numerous tangible bene?ts over a standard PC," explained Shuttle global marketing representative, Johnny Tsai, "With the XPC SD11G5, Shuttle has created a silent PC system that meets the price and technical simplicity to be a success in the mainstream market."

To bring silent PC to the mainstream, Shuttle designers followed one well known rule, KISS (Keep it simple, Stupid) aiming for a silent PC solution that simply delivers, even to users new to this enthusiast group. Traditionally, customizing a PC for silence would involve premium-priced after market components and time consuming research and modi?cations, but the XPC SD11G5 comes equipped with many of these optimizations built in.

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