PerfectCr wrote:Well of course I'd say build your own and get a Shuttle. Bear in mind a Shuttle does not come pre-built, it's a barebone. Unless of course you find a vendor that will build it for you
FlippedGazelle wrote:PerfectCr wrote:Well of course I'd say build your own and get a Shuttle. Bear in mind a Shuttle does not come pre-built, it's a barebone. Unless of course you find a vendor that will build it for you
Dell sucks. I freely admit my bias against them.
Crayon Shin Chan wrote:I don't get a difference between this and a Dell system. Well, this Shuttle thing comes with the motherboard, CPU and stuff right? Why is this called a barebones instead of a pre-built computer like Dell?
paco wrote:what the heck, why did you dig up such and old article!!!
SpotTheCat wrote:Well, Considering that Dells only use Intel processors, saying that there is little difference between shuttle and dell is stupid.
JediNinjaWizards wrote:If you look inside most dell's youll find sh*tty components. Why do you think they can afford to make like $300 PC's.
A_Pickle wrote:No. They are both Windows, x86-based PC's. They can be configured identically. A computer. Is. A computer.
A_Pickle wrote:I've never seen a bad Dell. Ever.
But Shuttle allows you to get an AMD processor that is vastly superior to Intel.
z-man wrote:And a computer is a computer is irrelevent.
z-man wrote:Then you haven't seen enough Dells.
LicketySplit wrote:The man speaketh the truth
A_Pickle wrote:Oh, so... AMD's are factually superior to Intels? I think not. Intel single-cores win plenty of benchmarks, and the Pentium M simply trounces all in the laptop arena.
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