announced its new
J series machines and another redesigned all-in-one PC. The new J
series SG41J1 is an entry-level series of machines that support
mini-ITX mainboards. The machines are based on the Intel G41 chipset
and can support the Intel Core 2 Quad processor line and feature
Intel X4500 graphics.
The J series also has a mainstream model
called the SH55J2 that is in a new J2 chassis and uses the Intel H55
chipset. The machine is designed to run the new Intel Core i3 and
Core i5 processors. A high-performance J series machine called the
SX58HJ3 has also debuted that is designed for gamers and enthusiasts.
The machine is designed to run the Intel Core i7 CPU and supports ATI
CrossFireX and NVIDIA SLI graphics.
"We're very excited
about these new products and just released some photos and specs on
our website to kick-start the show," said Nicolas Villalobos,
Manager at Shuttle Computer Group in Los Angeles, "But, we're
pretty much saving the best for last -- tomorrow we're going to be
making one of the biggest announcements in Shuttle history at our
press conference. If you can make it, don't miss it."
has also unveiled a new all-in-one computer called the Shuttle X50
V2. The machine is based on the Intel Atom platform, uses the D510
dual-core processor, and has Intel GMA3150 graphics. Shuttle has
offered no pricing or availability information on the new machines at
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