May 31, 2011
Shuttle is showing some Android tablet PC prototypes at the Computex show this week.
They are also going to use Google Chrome OS for a Thin-Client option. Now, that would be interesting on a Tablet, no one is doing that yet.
They are offering up a variety of sizes from 10.1″ N10, 9″ N09, 8″ V08 and a 7″.
The 9″ & 10″ models are based on NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 CPU and 1GB Ram, while the 8″ model will be based on the Cortex A8 CPU and 512MB of Ram and has anti-shock and anti-vibration properties for the education market.
Stay tuned for more info from Computex.
February 18, 2011
I picked up a little information on the new SX58 HX Pro that Shuttle will be releasing some time in April.
Here are the Key Features:
- Support the latest Intel 6 core i7 CPU
- Support DDR3 1333 memory
- Support Nvidia SLI technology
- Support ATI Cross fire technology
- Support Power eSATA
- Support USB 3.0 and SATA 6G
- Dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN
- 2 x PCI-Express X16 slots
- 7.1 ch HD audio
- 500W 80 Plus power supply
Finally, USB 3.0 and the new SATA 6GB hard drive support, sweet.
That’s all I could get from Shuttle right now, will keep you updated
as I get the info.