Katharina and Tom explain step by step how to build your own complete Shuttle XPC.
Barebones are for consumers who want to keep their PC as individual as possible. The barebones come with mainboard, case, cooling system and power supply - and it's you who choose the remaining components. No matter which processor, hard disk or graphics card. Your decision counts, as you want a system no one else has. Computer fans going down the DIY route opt for mini barebones PCs from Shuttle. Here's your step-by-step guide showing how simple it is.
Special Guest: Oliver DuricThe first Shuttle web cast with a very special guest. Oliver Duric from Microsoft introduces the new Windows Vista. All the different editions of Windows Vista, its innovative Aero user interface and the extensive security options are in focus of this Shuttle web cast. Tom Seiffert and Oliver Duric also talk about Microsoft Windows Vista on Shuttle XPCs.
http://eu.shuttle.com/systemsThe fourth Shuttle Webcast discusses all about the Shuttle Systems Configurator. Tom and Katharina introduce numerous possibilities how to configure a very individual PC under eu.shuttle.com/systems according to personal requirements.
Shuttle Media Center M 2000MKatharina and Tom present the Shuttle Media Center M 2000M with its well-known and attractive HiFi format in the third Shuttle Webcast. The unit features excellent connectivity for the living room with special attention to detail and is loaded with latest PC hardware - all housed in an attractive chassis that perfectly fits in every HiFi rack.
Shuttle XPC Barebone SD37P2The second Shuttle Webcast is all about the brand new Shuttle XPC Barebone SD37P2 that is introduced by Tom and Katharina. The latest SFF PC supports the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors, lets a pair of graphics cards work in a Crossfire configuration and is capable of a maximum capacity of eight Gigabytes of RAM. Curtains up for the real performance winner in the Shuttle Webcast!
Shuttle mini X 100The Shuttle mini X 100 is the smallest SFF PC ever from Shuttle with barely 5.3 cm in height. Tom Seiffert explains what's behind the Shuttle mini X 100 and points out different fields of use.