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  • Last update: Thursday 4 June 2009 [3 news items]

Computex 2009: Shuttle seeks new opportunities from all-in-one PCs

Jun 4, 16:24

Wandering the halls of Computex 2009 it does not take long to realize that there has been a recent explosion of vendors trying to tap the all-in-one PC market. All the well-known,...

Shuttle booth at Computex 2009

Computex 2008: Shuttle on a comeback

Jun 5, 11:39

With low-cost PCs based on Intel's Atom CPUs a main focus of Computex 2008, Shuttle's years of experience in pioneering the small form factor (SFF) PC market could mean the company...

Shuttle K48

Computex 2008: Shuttle showcases mini-PC solutions

Jun 3, 09:55

Shuttle, a leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories has expanded its line of mini PCs with the introduction of classic XPCs, simple-and-smart...

Shuttle K48
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