Shuttle has added a new barebones PC to their line up with the launch of the Shuttle XPC SG41J1. The Shuttle XPC SG41J1 features a completely re-designed chassis over previous XPC models.
The Shuttle XPC SG41J1 supports mini-ITX motherboards, and it also features linear controlled fans, large ventilation holes and improved airflow inside the chassis, and has support for a range if high performance components.
The Shuttle XPC SG41J1 Barebones PC supports a range of Intel Core 2 processor, and up to 8GB of DDR2 RAM, and it also features room for dual graphics cards.
On top of that the Shuttle XPC SG41J1 Barebones PC features a Kensington lock on the rear of the case for added security. It is bases on Intel’s G41 Express chipset, and it includes Direct X10 support and a built in Intel GMA X4500 GPU plus a DVI Port.
There are also a range of USB ports, PS/2, parallel and serial ports, plus one PCI-Express x16 graphics card slot and one 32bit PCI slot, and it features a 250 Watt power supply.
The Shuttle XPC SG41J1 Barebones PC will be shown off at CeBIT 2010, there are no details on pricing as yet.
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