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Shuttle's SS50 Mini Barebones - Shuttle's SS50 Mini Barebones
Fri, July 05 2002 | 8:18PM | PermaLink Feedback?
For years, the only decisions computer user's had to make, dealt with speed and capacity. How fast is the CPU? How big is the hard drive? How much memory is included? These types of questions were heard by prospecting computer sales people throughout the world. Recently, in part due to the efforts of companies like Apple Computer and Compaq, things have changed. The days of plain, beige computers are long gone, and now buyers can not only choose from an assortment of colors, but also an assortment of sizes. Looking to capitalize on the trend started by these large companies, late last year Shuttle introduced the aluminum SV24 mini-barebones system, reviewed here, and the small form factor craze took off. These "mini-PCs" were so cool, people began searching for reasons to justify purchasing one. A little time passed and the Pentium IIIs solution powering Shuttle's SV24, were falling a little behind the performance curve, so the market began clamoring for a more powerful version. That is what we've got in the HotHardware labs today. The SS50 is Shuttle's Pentium 4 powered mini-barebones system. This tiny system packs quite a punch. Step into our office and check this thing out...
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