Shuttle's diving headlong into Sandy Bridge
to shore up its ever-expanding line of barebones HTPC systems at CeBIT
this week, showing off the H3 model (pictured above) featuring support for up to 16GB of DDR3-1333 RAM alongside one PCI Express x16 slot, one x1 slot, and another mini-PCI Express x1 slot -- but considering that you've got HDMI and eight-channel HD audio on board, you won't likely use all three. Moving on, they've got a re-upped version of the H7
-- aptly named the H7 Pro -- with two built-in USB 3.0 ports and a pair of 6Gbps SATA connectors. Finally, there's the slim, sexy XG41, though it's on the aging G41 Express chipset; needless to say, it's the lowest-power (both in terms of electricity and capability) of the three. See galleries of all three models below!
Shuttle H7 Pro at CeBIT 2011
Shuttle H3 at CeBIT 2011
Shuttle XG41 at CeBIT 2011