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Review: Shuttle DX30 Barebones mini-PC

Review: Shuttle DX30 Barebones mini-PC

A pleasant little 4K surprise.
By Bennett Ring Feb 16 2017, 11:32AM
Shuttle XPC SN27P2 & SN37P2

Shuttle XPC SN27P2 & SN37P2

Both of these systems offer immense flexibility and decent value for money, although the Intel version wins out.
By Dave Stephenson Oct 18 2006, 4:56PM
Shuttle SN25P

Shuttle SN25P

'Gaming enthusiast' and 'small form factor' have rarely gone together. Shuttle has been working to dismiss this notion with its new series of gamer barebones.
By Ty Pendlebury Apr 29 2005, 10:00AM
Shuttle SB95P

Shuttle SB95P

Shuttle's SB95P is a small form factor (SFF) aimed at the enthusiast/gamer market, and it takes advantage of the i925 iteration of PCI-E. Though Shuttle are known for their XPC’s striking looks, in this case the colour scheme is nothing to write home about: is gun-metal anyone's favourite colour?
By Ty Pendlebury Mar 2 2005, 8:36AM
Kloss KL-I915B

Kloss KL-I915B

This is one nice looking white plastic and aluminium barebones system, with smooth lines and compact minimalism. Being a SFF PC makes ventilation vital, and the Kloss is built from the new BTX standard, which was designed with thermal effectiveness in mind.
By Ty Pendlebury Mar 2 2005, 1:22AM
Todaytech D900T

Todaytech D900T

The D900T has to be one the most impressively kitted out notebooks we've ever reviewed. Now, before you go running off with a fist full of readies, this notebook isn't available as such to the general public. Rather, resellers of Todaytech's notebooks can order them in whatever configuration you want. Or if you'd rather -- and we quite like this option -- you can order the notebook stripped of most options, and configure your own from spare parts or cheaper parts if you think you can do better on pricing.
By Darren Ellis Mar 2 2005, 1:00AM
Capitol Dream Station

Capitol Dream Station

Nominating Sato as our winner for the desktop machines this month was fairly straightforward, especially when compared to deciding the outcome of the closely-fought notebook war. Because, even though the Sato was outdone by one or two systems in terms of performance, nothing beat it on pure value for money.
By Ty Pendlebury Nov 18 2004, 11:02AM
Labs roundup: Barebones PCs: Introduction

Labs roundup: Barebones PCs: Introduction

Small form factor PCs have been around for a while, and barebones PCs for even longer. Traditionally a barebones PC is a basic shell, including a case, power supply and motherboard at minimum, and occasionally tooled up with a few extras like RAM.
By Staff Writers Nov 12 2003, 12:00AM
Labs roundup: Barebones PCs: Performance Analysis

Labs roundup: Barebones PCs: Performance Analysis

Evaluating barebones systems is quite different from performance-based testing using benchmarks. As such, we opted to do a feature-based roundup, covering all aspects of the hardware, including but not limited to: build quality, ease of install, and included feature sets.
By Staff Writers Nov 12 2003, 12:00AM