Checking out the pearly whites
Let's take a quick photo tour around the SB75S and check it out.
Note that, unlike most XPCs, there is no reset button on the SB75S. The only two buttons on the front are the power button and the optical drive eject. You'll have to power down the box in order to reset it.
The worst feature of the SB75S is probably that godawful blue Shuttle sticker. I'll be peeling it off this one soon, but I left it on for photos, since Shuttle sent it that way.
Update: Shuttle informs me that most SB75S systems will not ship with this lovely sticker. Phew. Less peelin'.
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