Showcased at this year's Computex in Taipei in a suitably glamorous booth with spotlights and classy decor, the Shuttle Glamor XPC SG33G5 aims to be the perfect media entertainment center for the modern living room, blending its style with state of the art multimedia prowess. Does it truly dazzle?
The Shuttle XPC X100 was unique in its appearance and appealed to a niche segment of the market. That same group of enthusiasts may be delighted to know that Shuttle has planned another version. Geared for the media age, we have the new Shuttle XPC X200.
In a total turn around from its tradition of business-centric products, Lenovo has today introduced consumer oriented desktops and notebooks. Join us as we dish out the latest Lenovo scoop.
The lines between a console and a full fledged system are blurring with the powerful processors of the next generation consoles. Shuttle took a different approach, by shrinking its PC-based SFF to the dimensions of a console. Here's what we thought of the world's smallest SFF - the Shuttle XPC X100.
Officially launched at Computex recently, the Shuttle XPC SN27P2 is one of the first, if not the only SFF for AM2 in the market now. Besides supporting the new platform, the chassis has also undergone a minor facelift and some internal modifications. Read on as we assess if the world's leading SFF manufacturer still has the mojo.
Bringing Asia Pacific's first ever water-cooled PC into the consumer market, NEC launched their new PowerMate DL T8000 w in a cold room fit for this icy king. How do you silence a performance PC into a mere whisper? NEC seems to have the answer.
Here's another Athlon 64 SFF that's the talk of town currently. While not the best performer around, it managed decently. Most importantly, it's built around Shuttle's G5 chassis and draped with all their other hallmark features (plus those from the ATI Radeon Xpress 200), you'll find a lot going for it.