Desktop PCs are getting tiny, but Shuttle is putting out one of the smallest I’ve seen around. Just 10” long x 7” wide x less than 3” tall, the X27 mini-PC uses a proportionately tiny amount of energy. It consumes just 36 watts when active and 23 when idle, compared to the 70-250 watts regular-sized desktops use. So it is like having a laptop without the keyboard, mouse, or monitor. It will use Intel’s Atom low-power chip, and runs nearly inaudibly.
The new model will be shown off at the consumer electronics show IFA in
written by Matt Simmons, August 27, 2008
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