Shuttle Barebone X27: A great Home Server Chassis

At IFA 2008, Berlin, Shuttle exihibited Shuttle Barebone X27, the space-saving energy-saver with the Intel Atom Processor, small footprint barebones PC which looks like it could make a fantastic home server. The basis of your new ultra-compact Mini-PC is the Shuttle Barebone X27 with the Intel Atom processor. Its visual look with its coated surfaces and mirrored […]

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At IFA 2008, Berlin, Shuttle exihibited Shuttle Barebone X27, the space-saving energy-saver with the Intel Atom Processor, small footprint barebones PC which looks like it could make a fantastic home server.

The basis of your new ultra-compact Mini-PC is the Shuttle Barebone X27 with the Intel Atom processor. Its visual look with its coated surfaces and mirrored plates will win you over. When not required drives and connections are concealed so they are well protected. The tiny tot with a space of only 7cm and a volume of 3 litres with DDR2-memory, SATA2 and a large number of interfaces is a technical trump-card. Ideal for daily use of the internet and MS-Office applications.

The x27 sized at just 7 x 10 x 2.75 inches has has the following spec:

  • Intel 945GC chipset
  • Intel GMA 950 onboard video
  • 4 USB 2.0 ports
  • Gigabit Ethernet port
  • Analog 5.1-channel audio

US Pricing is expected to be around $189 for the barebones kit. Very cool indeed.

More Info: Shuttle x27

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