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Shuttle debuts Pentium M SFF PC
Press release; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 11 October 2005]

Small-form-factor (SFF) PC specialist Shuttle today launched the XPC SD11G5, a silent PC system based on the Intel low-power Pentium M processor and 915GM chipset.

Utilizing a single fan design coupled with Shuttle’s ICE heat-pipe technology, the XPC SD11G5 system offers efficient cooling of internal components with little cost in noise. Testing of the XPC SD11G5 configured with standard PC components reveals that the system produces less than 24dB of noise, comparing to the 32dB level produced by typical XPCs and more than 40dB for standard PC systems.

Shuttle stated its strategy in designing its mainstream silent PC was to keep it simple, or as the company puts it, KISS (Keep it simple, Stupid).

Shuttle XPC SD11G5

 

Specification

 

CPU

Intel Pentium M 533/400 MHz FSB, Pentium M LV 400MHz FSB, Celeron M

Chipset

Intel 915GM, ICH6M

Memory

Two 240-pin 400/533DDR2 DIMM slots (up to 2GB)

Graphics

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 900

SATA

ICH6-M integrated SATA

Dual channel UDMA 150MB/s SATA

Audio

24-bit 7.1 channel EAX Advanced HD audio

Digital SPDIF I/O

Ethernet

Broadcom 5789

100Base-T specifications compliant

10/100/1000 Mb/s Ethernet

IEEE1394a

VIA VT6307

1394 OHCI v1.0 compliant

400/200/100 Mb/s data transfer rate

Power

External 220W adapter

Input: 100/240V AC

Dimension

G5 chassis form factor: 310×185×200mm

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes, October 2005

Shuttle: September 2004 - September 2005 revenues (NT$m)

Month

Sales

M/M

Y/Y

YTD

Y/Y

Sep-05

303

(0.3%)

(48.5%)

2,951

(43.3%)

Aug-05

304

(5.1%)

(44.4%)

2,647

(42.7%)

Jul-05

320

1.8%

(43.8%)

2,343

(42.5%)

Jun-05

315

(14.8%)

(46.2%)

2,023

(42.2%)

May-05

369

8.5%

(39.6%)

1,708

(41.4%)

Apr-05

341

0.9%

(36.7%)

1,339

(41.9%)

Mar-05

338

8.1%

(44.3%)

998

(43.5%)

Feb-05

312

(10.3%)

(43.6%)

661

(43.2%)

Jan-05

348

(33.8%)

(42.8%)

348

(42.8%)

Dec-04

526

(13.6%)

(27.6%)

6,936

0.4%

Nov-04

609

2.5%

(8.6%)

6,410

3.7%

Oct-04

594

0.9%

(0.1%)

5,801

5.2%

Sep-04

589

7.7%

0.1%

5,207

5.8%

*Figures are not consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, October 2005

Shuttle: 2Q 2004 - 2Q 2005 revenues (NT$m)

Quarter

Sales

Q/Q

Y/Y

YTD

Y/Y

2Q-05

958

(7.3%)

(44.9%)

1,990

(43.2%)

1Q-05

1,032

(36.3%)

(41.6%)

1,032

(41.6%)

4Q-04

1,621

(5%)

(17.3%)

6,831

(0.7%)

3Q-04

1,705

(1.9%)

2.4%

5,210

5.9%

2Q-04

1,737

(1.7%)

7.5%

3,505

7.7%

*Figures are not consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, October 2005

Shuttle: 2Q 2004 - 2Q 2005 balance sheet (NT$k)

Item

2Q-2005

1Q-2005

4Q-2004

3Q-2004

2Q-2004

Current assets

1,918,994

2,261,415

2,653,262

2,701,566

3,200,581

Long-term investments

741,495

768,122

764,764

847,473

820,338

Other financial assets - noncurrent

0

0

0

0

Fixed assets (net)

948,378

971,496

982,601

980,775

975,153

Other assets

147,424

236,289

225,177

104,357

93,435

Assets

3,756,291

4,237,322

4,625,804

4,634,171

5,089,507

Current liabilities

981,818

1,318,340

1,734,268

1,657,895

2,049,842

Noncurrent interest-bearing liabilities

0

0

0

0

104,161

Other liabilities

34,699

33,513

32,343

41,941

41,956

Liabilities

1,016,517

1,351,853

1,766,611

1,699,836

2,195,959

Stockholders' equity

2,739,774

2,885,469

2,859,193

2,934,335

2,893,548

*Figures are not consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, October 2005

Shuttle: 2Q 2004 - 2Q 2005 income statement (NT$k)

Item

2Q-2005

1Q-2005

4Q-2004

3Q-2004

2Q-2004

NT$k

% of sales

NT$k

% of sales

NT$k

% of sales

NT$k

% of sales

NT$k

% of sales

Gross sales

964,308

 

1,039,611

 

1,624,460

 

1,723,164

 

1,734,769

 

Operating revenue

957,517

99.3%

1,032,365

99.3%

1,620,517

99.8%

1,705,274

99%

1,737,485

100.2%

Gross profit (loss) from operations

127,000

13.2%

119,715

11.5%

120,715

7.4%

158,434

9.2%

155,317

9%

Operating expenses

98,348

10.2%

92,386

8.9%

92,824

5.7%

115,458

6.7%

131,317

7.6%

Operating income (loss)

26,926

2.8%

50,329

4.8%

-3,714

-0.2%

51,685

3%

22,549

1.3%

Non-operating revenues and gains

17,406

1.8%

12,488

1.2%

-5,242

-0.3%

-10,456

-0.6%

12,609

0.7%

Non-operating expenses and losses

9,407

1%

39,485

3.8%

110,354

6.8%

-10,888

-0.6%

1,339

0.1%

Income from continuing operations before income tax

34,925

3.6%

23,332

2.2%

-119,310

-7.3%

52,117

3%

33,819

1.9%

Net income (loss)

22,388

2.3%

23,523

2.3%

-75,977

-4.7%

45,747

2.7%

25,283

1.5%

Fully-diluted earnings per share (NT$)

0.1

 

0.1

 

-0.4

 

-0

 

0.2

 

Simple earnings per share (NT$)

0

 

0

 

0

 

 

 

-1

 

*Figures are not consolidated
Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, October 2005

Categories: IT + CE PC, CE Portable

Topics: Hot Systems

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