Shuttle displays Pentium M XPC

— 9:55 AM on June 1, 2005

In addition to showing off an SLI SFF, Shuttle also has a new Pentium M-based system on display at Computex. AnandTech's second day of show coverage has the goods on an XPC that uses Shuttle's G5 chassis and Intel's Alviso Pentium M chipset. The all-white system looks a little clinical, but could be popular among Pentium M enthusiasts looking or an alternative to AOpen's Pentium M cubes or even Shuttle's own Pentium M-based home theater PC platform.

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