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Shuttle debuts Media Center barebone PC

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Shuttle XPC SB83G5M barebone PC Shuttle has launched a Media Center-ready barebone PC. "Barebone" means that it is designed for system builders or hardware geeks to complete the build by adding components – such as the processor.

The memorably named XPC SB83G5M is a small form factor desktop PC, housed inside a black, brushed aluminium G5 chassis. This is optimised for "excellent integration in a living room environment" –i.e. it’s quiet. It is built around the Intel 915GT and ICH6-R chipset with onboard VGA and 6 channel audio.

The spec is exhaustive - and exhausting: so head on to Shuttle for the rest of the feature set. You will have to call Shuttle for pricing. ®

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