Thursday, September 3rd 2009

Shuttle Announces X50 All-in-One PC with OpenSUSE Linux Operating System

Shuttle Inc., market leader in the Mini-PC sector and manufacturer of Multi-Form-Factor solutions, is now supplying its X50 All-in-One PC platform with pre-installed Linux operating system.

The just 3.6 cm thin X500V complete system is fitted with the latest version (11.1) of openSUSE Linux and can be expanded with open-source applications from the openSUSE website. 1-click package installation allows the system to be customised specifically to a wide range of user requirements.
The Linux PC – available in black or white – is fitted with Intel’s Atom 330 dual-core processor (2x 1.6 GHz), 1 GB DDR2 memory, 160 GB hard disk, 15.6" touchscreen (39.6 cm, resolution 1366x768), 1.3 megapixel webcam, card reader, microphone and stereo speakers.

Shuttle's X500V All-in-One PC has an array of additional expansion options with rapid Gigabit network, WLAN (Draft-N), 6-channel audio, VGA output and five USB ports. It can be fitted to monitor arms or wall brackets with the VESA mount. The Kensington Lock provides anti-theft protection.

The turnkey X500V Mini-PC complete system with 24-month bring-in service is available now from specialist retailers or in custom configurations via the Shuttle Systems Configurator at Shuttle's recommended retail price starts at EUR 444 (ex VAT). All suppliers can be found via the "Shuttle StoreLocator"
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4 Comments on Shuttle Announces X50 All-in-One PC with OpenSUSE Linux Operating System

is it touchscreen?... or is that just a pic of someone pointing at it? (does opensuse support touchscreen)?
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Yes, they added some software to make it support touchscreen:

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im sick and tired of this intel atom.
just my two cents.
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Atom 330 needs an update... it is long in the tooth, requires a higher FSB to match the N280 at least, and a lower power requirement on the chipset, and then we are all happy.

I've got an Atom 330 setup and it is great... only too hot. (chipset).

It's also time Intel released the Atom 440. A quad-core Atom on FSB 200. Perfect for mini-servers and NAS.
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