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Shuttle launches Pentium M lunch box

Quiet thing, it says
Tue Oct 11 2005, 14:44
SHUTTLE has introduced a barebone small PC which supports Intel Pentium M and Celeron M processors.

The XPC SD11G5 is optimised for low noise, Intel said. The system is powered by a 220W power supply and uses heatpipes to keep the components cool.

It claims that the system produces less than 24dB of noise. The box costs €416 excluding VAT. µ


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