Friday, April 2nd 2010

Shuttle Presents New J1 4100 Small Form Factor PC

Shuttle, an industry leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance small form factor (SFF) PC solutions and creator of the XPC, today welcomed the Shuttle J1 4100 series desktop PC, its entry-level J1 Series model which starts at $799, with a special bundle offer.

For a limited time only and while supplies last, each Shuttle J1 4100, J1 4100G, and J1 4100P desktop ordered directly from Shuttle will come with a free package which includes a Red Faction: Guerrilla PC game, a 7-button laser mouse, and an Intel Core 2 Quad processor upgrade.

"We're really excited about all the new programs we're rolling out this year, like this free upgrade package we're offering," said Nicolas Villalobos, Director at Shuttle Computer Group in Los Angeles. "What's more exciting is it doesn't stop here -- we're working hard to bring in new promotions and special bundle offers to consumers. I want this year to be the year for users to upgrade to Shuttle."

These Shuttle PC models have been expert configured for various applications, with the J1 4100 ready for everyday computing and home entertainment, the J1 4100G ready for casual gaming, and the J1 4100P for day-to-day professional use. During the promotional period, each one of these Shuttle J1 4100 models will receive a free upgrade to one of the fastest processors available on the market today, allowing maximum productivity and fun.
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4 Comments on Shuttle Presents New J1 4100 Small Form Factor PC

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JaniceAtShuttle
Shuttle Representative
Now supporting DUAL-SLOT graphics cards, i.e. HD 5850

Just wanted to add – it actually supports DUAL-SLOT cards now too (hence, the new J1 redesign). This model supports up to an HD5850 card. ;)

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TheLaughingMan
I have always liked the style of the Shuttle cases, but I want the style without the internal parts. They have a few "just the case" available if I recall correctly, but not the style and flare of their pre-build computers or barebone kits.
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