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Shuttle S.F.F XPC SK41G - Shuttle S.F.F XPC SK41G
Mon, February 10 2003 | 11:41PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Considered in absolute isolation, the SK41G is a fine machine. It uses the base mould from the popular Intel shuttles to good effect. We see almost every feature carried over intact. The main difference, though, is probably beneficial. The inclusion of a S-Video-Out is arguably more useful than the S/PDIF-In featured on the two Intel XPCs that I've seen before. It all works well. The cooler is designed well and is relatively easy to mount. Further, the on-board video's 2D is pretty good for the most part."
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