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Shuttle Computer unveiled Wednesday its new barebone PC proclaimed to be designed for Media Center computers. The part does not feature design that matches the living room, but it still boasts some capabilities its brethren lack, the company said.

“The XPC SB83G5M retains the same stylish design, excellent ergonomics, and unparalleled technical performance than has become synonymous with the XPC brand. System integrators can be confident when choosing to build media center solutions upon the SB83G5M that they have the best foundation of reliability and end-user satisfaction available,” said vice president Jonathan Yi.

Shuttle’s SB83G5M is based on Intel’s 915G core-logic and is designed for Intel’s Pentium 4 or Celeron D processors with DDR memory. The platform features PCI Express bus, Serial ATA RAID, Intel’s high definition audio and other innovations. With the addition of additional components – microprocessor, memory, hard disk and optical drives, and a TV tuner card – system integrators can build a cost effective system capable of using Windows XP Media Center 2005, Shuttle indicated.

The small and stylish G5 chassis feature a mirrored front panel and stealthed drive bays for excellent integration in a living room environment, while the Silent X cooling solution ensures system noise remains unobtrusive when enjoying multimedia content.

The Shuttle XPC Barebone SB83G5M is available immediately, and carried a suggested retail price of 369 Euro without VAT.


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