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Shuttle Announces X 5000TA Touch All-in-One-PC

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  1. btarunr

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    Shuttle Inc., the market leader in the Mini-PC segment and manufacturer of Multi-Form-Factor solutions announces the availability of a new product generation. The All-in-One-PC X 5000TA is a blend of energy-saving technologies and an innovative operating design. Once again, Shuttle’s customary design and its high-quality finish are reflected in the new All-in-One-PC.

    The only 3.6 cm thin All-in-One-PC comes supplied with an Intel Atom 330 processor (2x 1.6 GHz), 1 GB DDR2 memory, a 160 GB hard disk and Windows Vista Home Basic. The X 5000TA's high-gloss finish together with the visual chrome elements break new ground.

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    "Compact, power-saving All-in-One-PCs open up new and interesting application areas whether as a second PC for fast internet access, as part of a home automation system, for IP/videotelephony or for the next generation to obtain their first computer experiences", says Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR at Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. “The possibilities for these devices are also becoming increasingly apparent in the business sector; for instance information can be displayed at the POS and finger-based or stylus inputs can be made.”

    Meeting the requirements of its All-in-One product category, the X 5000TA has the complete integration of a Mini-PC in a touch-sensitive 15.6 inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768. It also comes supplied with a 1.3 megapixel-webcam, sound-rich stereo loudspeakers, microphone and WLAN in the modern N-Standard.

    Furthermore, the feature set includes Gigabit network, 5x USB 2.0, 6-channel audio, a card reader, Kensington-Lock, a VGA-out for external monitors and a control panel to adjust the loudspeakers, screen and the blue LED. An efficient Heatpipe Cooling System is present to cool the whole system effectively. A fanless, external 65 watt power supply provides the All-in-One-PC with power.

    Folded upwards by 180 degrees, the chromed anti-slip pedestal can be used as a carrying handle. The practical VESA mounting surface on the back of the device enables it to be attached to monitor arms and wall mounts.

    In the case of a warranty claim the purchaser of the Complete System can make use of the 24 month Pick-up-and-Return-Service and a Europe-wide free telephone hotline.

    The Shuttle X 5000TA Complete System is available immediately from specialist retailers or via the Shuttle Systems Configurator. Shuttle's recommended retail price is EUR 499 (ex VAT). Alternatively, the X 5000TA can be ordered as "X50XA" system in similar configuration just without operating system and 24 months of Bring-in warranty service for EUR 419 (ex VAT). Click on www.shuttle.eu/systems to access the Shuttle Systems Configurator. Suppliers can be queried via the Shuttle StoreLocator.

    Source: Shuttle
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    Dual Core Atom 330 !

    Where is the little varmint? Let's Russell up a bunch and donate one to each member here at TPU!
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    h3llb3nd4 New Member

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    the screen is soo tiny!!
    I wish it was bigger:(
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    It's not that small.. Remember low power :).. Although i thought the 1st pic was funny as it looks like she's stabbing it with her finger nail lol.
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    yeah... imagine if it is not focused on low power...
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    thats pretty cool man. with an onscreen keyboard you could stick this on a desk with a very limited amount of space.

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