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Shuttle XPC Pentium M video player pictured

CES 2005 What a marvellous chip
Sun Jan 09 2005, 19:22
WE HAD A CHANCE to take a picture of Shuttle XPC based on the Pentium M CPU and we have to say that this machine definitely looks like a video recorder.

It uses Dothan chip and it works a fully functional PC powered with Windows Media Center edition. The system will be available as a barebone basis and complete PC from Shuttle.

There are many add in connectors at the back as all Shuttle XPC machines do, and we spotted LAN, lot of sound connectors, USB, Firewire VGA out including HDTV out plus tree upgrade slots. You can plug a graphic card in and in this case we saw a graphic card and two TV tuner cards built into this special media XPC.

From the front you can see that this XPC media center machine comes equipped with a DVD recorder, a memory card reader, some USBs and a microphone in and speaker out ports.

We still don't know when the machines will come out, but we think it's likely to be pretty soon.

Here is how it looks like from the back and from the front. µ

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