Sunday, 6 June 2010

Shuttle SG41J1, SH55J2 & SX58J3 AIO PCs Confirmed Shuttle All-in-One PC Range to Expand with J Series XPC Models

Shuttle, a name synonymous with AIO PCs, have introduced a new range of
XPC AIO PCs in the form of the new Shuttle J-Series models that,
initially, will consist of the entry-level Shuttle SG41J1, the mid-range
Shuttle SH55J2 and the high-performance SX58J3.
Billed as being �a departure from typical Shuttle XPC models, the new
Shuttle J-Series will support mini-ITX motherboards and will come with
in three distinct configurations, as noted above, taking in Intel core 2
Quad, Intel Core i3, Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processors which,
in terms of graphics, the new models wll sport integrated GPUs with, in
the case of the high-performance SX58J3, support for both ATI CrossFireX
and Nvidia SLI solutions.
Shuttle specifically detail the three new J-Series XPC models as follows:
THE ENTRY-LEVEL J SERIES:ย The Shuttle SG41J1 is housed in the new �J1
� chassis, designed for everyday home and office use. It is based on the
Intelยฎ G41 chipset, capable of processing power up to Intelยฎ Core 2
Quad processor and ready for everyday entertainment with on-board
Intelยฎ X4500 graphics.
THE MAINSTREAM J SERIES:ย The Shuttle SH55J2 is enclosed in the new �J2
� chassis, designed for more intensive work and play than the usual. It
is based on the Intelยฎ H55 chipset, ready to run the newly launching
Intelยฎ Core i3 and Intelยฎ Core i5 processors with graphics built right
onto the chip (where available). It s sleek, stylish, compact, and high
performing " a status symbol that sits atop the desk.
THE HIGH-PERFORMANCE J SERIES:ย The Shuttle SX58J3 is built up from the
new �J3 � chassis, designed for hardcore gamers and enthusiasts who
require full throttle performance. It is based on the Intelยฎ X58
chipset to run the fastest, most extreme Intelยฎ Core i7 processors ,
with support for ATI CrossFireX and NVIDIAยฎ SLI graphics
configurations. It s more than ready to meet the demands of today s
hottest games with more realism, intensity, and performance than ever
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