The newest member of Shuttle's XPC lineup is a Socket 939 Athlon 64-based product with PCI Express expansion, but it's not the XPC SN25P. Today, Shuttle introduced another new model, the XPC ST20G5. This sleek-looking box is based on Shuttle's traditional G-series chassis and packs ATI's Radeon Xpress 200 chipset, complete with built-in graphics. Shuttle is touting the Radeon Xpress's SurroundView support as a means of driving three monitors off a single toaster-sized PC.
The ST20G5 should be priced lower than the enthusiast-oriented SN25P. With a 240W power supply and the G series' decent thermals, it ought to be a pretty solid choice for a new SFF box.
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