New ultra small form factor system

DailyTech has received images and specifications of Shuttle’s upcoming XPC X200 small form factor system. The new XPC X200 is based on the previously released XPC X100 system. The new XPC X200 shares the same chassis as the XPC X100 but has a few interior changes. Shuttle is taking a different approach with the XPC X200. While the XPC X100 appealed to the performance enthusiast crowd seeking a small and quiet system, the XPC X200 is catering towards the multimedia crowd. At the heart of the XPC X200 is the Intel 945GM north bridge with integrated graphics.

Unlike the XPC X100 that features an MXM slot with an ATI Mobility Radeon X1400 graphics card, the XPC X200 takes a step backwards and uses Intel’s integrated Graphics Media Accelerator 950 integrated graphics core. Nevertheless the XPC X200 will support dual display capabilities via a video dongle. The video dongle connects to the XPC X200’s DVI slot and provides one DVI and one VGA slot.

Celeron M, Core Duo and Core 2 Duo processors will be supported by XPC X200 systems. Two DDR2-667 SO-DIMM slots with support for up to 2GB of memory are supported. Other notable features include high definition audio provided by a Realtek ALC882 codec, Gigabit Ethernet, 4-in-1 SD/MMC/MS/MS-Pro card reader and compatibility with standard 3.5” hard drives.

What differentiates the XPC X200 from the XPC X100 is the optional internal NTSC TV tuner. XPC X200 systems will be available with an internal TV tuner to take advantage of Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005’s digital video recording features—a feat not available on the XPC X100. An XPC Media Center Remote will also be included with XPC X200 systems for optimal laid back use.

Expect the Shuttle XPC X200 to launch towards the end of November with pricing starting at $499.

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