Shuttle ships its new XS35 Slim PC in three ready-to-ship (RTS) configurations, everyday (XS35-702), media (XS35-704), and high-definition (XS35GT-804). All three models are powered by Intel’s Atom D510 dual-core processor.
The XS35 everyday edition (XS35-702) packs 1GB of RAM, integrated GMA 3150 graphics and a 160GB hard drive. The media (XS35-704) also gets the GMA 3150 but comes with 2GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive and a built-in DVD burner.
The XS35 GT “high-definition” edition is the most advanced model featuring 2GB of RAM, NVIDIA ION 2 graphics for better graphics performance and HDMI 1080p output, a 500GB hard drive and a DVD burner. All these XS35 models have a 4-in-1 card reader, built-in WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity and five USB ports.
All three models are available for order:
Shuttle XS35-702 – Amazon $219.41 Shuttle XS35-704 – Amazon $279.99 Shuttle XS35GT-804 – Newegg $379.99 [shuttle]
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Posted August 31st, 2010 in News by Michael