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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
Shuttle and the SFF form factor system genre - Shuttle and the SFF form factor system genre
Sun, October 23 2005 | 8:54AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The P2500g (also known as the SN25P) was the first small form factor computer to offer HyperTransport and PCI Express. The XPC SN25P uses the new P chassis, a member of Shuttle's fifth generation XPC chassis family. The P makes a number of improvements over the earlier G, G2, G4 and K series chassis which will be mentioned in more detail later in this review. Paraphrasing from Shuttle's press kit, the XPC concept utilizes high performance, industry standard desktop components, using minimum size possible while preserving component compatibility and expandability, and finally Shuttle's continued high focus o­n quality, using best-of-class materials, construction and industrial design."
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