The lucky lads over at SFFTech have scored a sample of Shuttle's newest (and most compact) system to date, the "X100". The pictures speak for themselves, I was also quite impressed by the rather generous technical specs of this very capable little unit, with the brain being that of an Intel Yonah Dual Core 1.83G CPU, a 250GB SATAII HDD, and ATI's Mobile Radeon X1400 MXM VGA Interface embedded.
It does have a couple of serious rivals though, both the Mac Mini, and AOpen Mini PC. How does it fair against them? The preview reveals all!
Shuttle is finally competing in the arena of ultra-small portable computing with the X100. The Mac Mini and the AOpen Mini PC fall into this category.
This is quite exciting in the sense that not only does the computer have to be extremely portable and quiet but at the same time it must be powerful enough to satisfy our needs in the entertainment world. We finally got our hands on the Shuttle X100 for an early preview of what is to come in a couple months. Without further delay, let's take a look!
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