Shuttle X270V:dual-core nettop-based openSUSE

 
April 20, 2009, 4:44 pm

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shuttle x270v:dual-core nettop-based opensuse   The well-known for its miniature computers, the company Shuttle Incorporated start delivery of the new nettopa Shuttle Barebone X270V-based nuclear components, the key feature of which is used as the operating system, the distribution of open source openSUSE. In addition, the novelty is equipped with dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor.
X270V designed on the basis of barebona X27D, announced back in August last year. All the functions of a PC configured after the first run through the step-by-step wizard, and then the computer is ready for operation.
New product now available for purchase. Starting price for the residents of European countries is 300 Euro excluding VAT.
Specs:
  • OS:openSUSE Linux 11;
  • CPU:Atom 330 (1, 6 GHz);
  • The system logic Intel 945GC/ICH7;
  • 1 GB memory DDR2-800;
  • 2, 5-inch hard disk drive capacity 160 GB Interface SATA;
  • compartment for 5 , 25, an optical drive;
  • jack for expansion cards PCI Express;
  • Video DVI, VGA;
  • Dimensions:25 x 18, 5 x 7 cm

 

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