Shuttle 3.3-cm thick SFF PC, christened XS35, to be unveiled at CeBIT; commercial availability seen during Q2 of 2010

February 26, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Shuttle’s new small form factor PC, named the XS35, will soon be seen at the CeBIT platform which gets underway next month. The small form factor (SFF) PC maker has this time designed a 3.3cm thick device that is HD compatible. Apt for use in homes or small offices, the XS35 is likely to be available during the second quarter of 2010.

The Shuttle XS35 would come across as a tiny system that would serve many a purpose. By this we mean that you can put the device to use even if it is a gaming requirement or to HTPC rigs by taking up little space. It has been pointed out that XS35 could even be seen as the best ever SFF PC Shuttle which could be deployed on to a HTPC machine in the living room.

Running Intel Atom D510 processor at 1.6GHz, the XS35 puts to good use the NM10 Express Chipset. The graphic department would be taken care of by the NVIDIA GT218. Other features include a HDMI out, five USB ports, VGA out, LAN port, memory card reader, 2.5-inch HDD, and an optical drive.

Further, Shuttle has thrown in a chassis of 1-liter class and also a standard VESA mount interface, which could help you to mount it on to the back of a TV or LCD display.

(Via Slashgear)

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