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    The Shuttle X27 a future Windows Home Server? Media Center?


    Dave

    CNet has announced the new pricing on the Atom Powered Shuttle X27.   Does it have enough giddy'up to power a WHS?  HTPC? Perhaps it would be a good companion desktop running gOS. Here are the Specs:

     

    Shuttle X27

     

     

    Features and specifications listed by Shuttle for the X27 include:

    • Processor -- Intel Atom 230 clocked at 1.6GHz
    • Memory -- up to 2GB of 533/400MHz DDR memory
    • Storage -- Bays for 5.25-inch optical drive and 2.5-inch hard disk drive
    • Display -- Outputs to DVI, with unspecified resolutions
    • Networking -- 1 x gigabit Ethernet port, with RJ45 connector
    • Other I/O:

      • 1 x DVI
      • 1 x "d-sub" (could be either VGA or serial)
      • 4 x USB 2.0
      • 2 x SATA
      • 1 x IDE
      • Audio:

        • 1 x mic in
        • 1 x line in
        • 1 x line out

    • Expansion -- PCI expansion slot
    • Dimensions -- 9.85 x 7.3 x 2.75 inches
    • Power requirements -- 60W AC adapter; 38W consumption

    The X27 will ship with drivers for Windows XP and Windows Vista.

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