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Old 4th June 2004, 12:55   #1
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Default Shuttle XPC SB81P: The small form factor re-invented

Elmshorn - 04. June 2004 - Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH, European Headquarter of Shuttle Inc, a leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and motherboards, today introduces the XPC SB81P (, the world's first SFF computer based on the leading-edge FB81 motherboard. Featuring support for 16X PCI E graphics cards, an all-new ICE (integrated cooling engine) cooling system, 350W Silent X power supply and more, the XPC SB81P redefines performance computing.

"The XPC SB81P offers a new benchmark for performance and integration," said CK Hung, CEO, Shuttle. "Excitement leading up to this introduction has been very high among our user base ‚EUR" this is a great day for Shuttle and our customers."

Featuring Shuttle's all-new "P" series chassis, the SB81P delivers integrated RAID functionality and bays for three 3.5-inch hard disk drives (screwless installation). Further, with next-gen integrated graphics, next-gen I/O architecture and eight-channel audio, as well as a full palette of integrated I/O ports, users get a fully functional solution right out of the box.

The XPC SB81P completely redesigned cooling system includes Shuttle's an all-new ICE heat pipe module, advanced airflow dynamics and re-engineered cooling fans with linear control metrics. Taken together these technologies make the cooling integrated into the XPC SB81P one of the most-advanced available in a mass-market computer today.

Shuttle has once again raised the SFF performance bar while simultaneously refining ergonomics and style with the introduction of the XPC SB81P
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Looks way bigger than their previous ones. It almost seems like they compromised their portability.
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Doesn't look/feel quite shuttle, in my humble opinion the far worst design for a barebone, looks more like soltek's Qubic but uglier
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