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Shuttle X100 Mini Computer

The Shuttle X100 is an amazing option for those folks who don't want or need a big honking desktop, but don't want to leave the cutting edge too far behind.  Best of all, this is http://www.pereverges.cat/buy-fioricet simply the lowest power consumption we've ever seen in a consumer PC.  It's stylish, capable and rx online viagra efficient, though we wouldn't mind a starting price a bit below $800.

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The ultra-compact, low power-use format isn't skimping on frills though.  The graphics are decent, as is it's sound card.  The standard hard drive is a capable 80 gigabyte SATA transfering data at 3 gigs a second, it comes with 1.6 ghz core duo (fast and efficient) and has an option for on-board wireless. 

This is a sweet machine that's definitely a move in the right direction.

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Question I want to answered
written by a guest, August 25, 2006
Can it run Linux?
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XP Pre-Install
written by a guest, August 25, 2006
It comes with XP Home or Pro, so you'll be paying extra for the windows operating system, but yes, I'm sure it would run Linux.
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Hmmm.
written by a guest, August 25, 2006
How long ago did Apple start producing the Mini?
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Windows?
written by a guest, August 26, 2006
So it does not run windows, what is this Linux?? (Sry i'm a little out of date)
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Filling in the blanks...
written by a guest, August 27, 2006
1. Thanks for the entry.



2. Anything that can run a version of Windows XP can run some flavour of Linux, mostly because Windows is a commercial thing and Microsoft targets popular/common markets. Being popular markets, these platforms also can't hide from Linux developers... as they develop linux for anything, including Gameboy DSs and Playstation 2s.



3. Linux is type of operating systems (like Windows) but is dosage viagra based on a type of operating systems called UNIX. It has become quite popular as of late because many open-source people are developing (for) it, free of look here viagra blood thinner charge, which also makes Linux a free thing too... most of the time.



4. The 3gb/s or whatever is the www.hitlabnz.org max. limit of the SATA interface that connects the hard-drive in this mini-PC. The built-in hard-drive itself will never operate anywhere close to these speeds on this unit. If you're fixing any additional external drives, then it won't be that energy efficient for long.



GTW
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Better than?
written by a guest, August 27, 2006
So, why would this be a better option than a (cheaper) laptop? You wouldn't need the extra screen/keyboard/mouse and it would still be low-power. Please correct me if I've missed something here.
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I am going to www.unifem.it take issue with this state
written by guest, December 13, 2006
"2. Anything that can run a version of Windows XP can run some flavour of Linux, mostly because Windows is a commercial thing and Microsoft targets popular/common markets. Being popular markets, these platforms also can't hide from Linux developers... as they develop linux for anything, including Gameboy DSs and Playstation 2s."

The issue I am going to pick on that all of your hardware may or may not be supported. Yes the kernel will more than likely come up and yes you will have a CLI, however, the graphics card may have issues (ATI in this case, so it probably will not) or the audio card may have issues, or the NIC may not be fully supported, or the drive controller may not be fully supported. To say that because a system runs Windows XP it will support Linux is correct but extremely misleading.

BTW, like the sites intentions.

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