Shuttle has added another barebone PC to their range with the launch of the Shuttle XG41, which is designed to be much smaller than Shuttle’s other PCs but still offer the same amount of computing power.
The Shuttle XG41 measures 24.2 cm by 20cm by 7.3 cm, and it comes with HDMI, DVI-I ports, plus six USB 2.0 ports, 2x COM (RS-232 + RS-232/422/485), plus two Gigabit network interfaces, S/PDIF and audio ports on the back and front.
The XG41 features a mainboard with1 x Mini-PCIe and 3x SATA 3 Gbit/s and the case can take up to three 2.5 inch HDDs, and it is compatible with Intel LGA775 Core 2 Duo processors.
There are also two memory slots which can take up to a total of 8GB of RAM, plus a 90w fanless power supply and a heatpipe with dual fans, have a look at the video of it below.
The Shuttle XG1 barebones PC will be available shortly from Shuttle for £159 plus taxes.
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