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Shuttle gets serious with Pro Series, teases hexacore-ready SFF for June

Shuttle gets serious with Pro Series, teases hexacore-ready SFF for June
Vlad Savov
Vlad Savov|April 7, 2010 11:52 AM
Say hello to Shuttle's finest toaster-sized workstations yet. The G2 7600P (above right) is the AMD-loving variant that can be yours for $899 with a dual core 2.93GHz Athlon II CPU and low-end ATI FirePro or NVIDIA Quadro graphics options, or you can crank it up to a quad-core Phenom II X4 at 2.6GHz and up to 8GB of RAM. Switching over to the Intel channel -- with the J1 4100P, above left -- you'll find a pretty sweet $999 package built around a Core 2 Quad Q8300 running at 2.5GHz, as well as the option to upgrade to a super duper Radeon HD 5850 GPU. Should those specs be just that little bit too far from the cutting edge for you, heed Shuttle's teaser that a third Pro Series model is coming up this June, with an LGA 1366 socket that counts among its supported CPUs Intel's latest Xeons and the famed beast that is the Core i7-980X. Not bad, eh? Click past the break for the full press release.
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Shuttle Now Shipping New "Pro Series" Small Form Factor Workstation PC Models With Six-Core Option Coming Soon

Shuttle refreshes its award-winning small form factor workstations with its new Pro Series line, offering dual-core, quad-core, and soon six-core processor options

City of Industry, CA -- April 5, 2010 / ( http://www.myprgenie.com ) -- Shuttle, an industry leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance small form factor (SFF) PC solutions and creator of the XPC, today officially rolled out its new Pro Series small form factor models designed specifically for professional and workstation use.

"Small, yet powerful, Shuttle's new Pro Series small form factor workstations are perfect for professional environments where space matters," said Nicolas Villalobos, Director at Shuttle Computer Group in Los Angeles. "In areas like healthcare and finance where size is important, power is needed, and additional expandability might not be necessary, the Pro Series really shines. Shuttle is still the smallest PC capable of handling standard desktop hardware -- and the fastest one, too."

Shuttle's new Pro Series small form factor workstation models, the J1 4100P and G2 7600P, feature dual-core and quad-core processor options from the Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo and Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad to the AMD Athlon(TM) II X2 and AMD Phenom(TM) II X4 and user choice of NVIDIA(R) Quadro(R) FX or ATI FirePro(TM) professional 2D and 3D graphics cards. A third small form factor workstation model featuring the world's fastest six-core "Gulftown" processor, the Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 980X Extreme Edition, or an Intel(R) Xeon(R) is slated for release around June.

Shuttle workstation solutions are selected by the most power demanding professionals, including those in animation and graphics ( http://us.shuttle.com/Poweredbyshuttle_Animation_Graphics.aspx ), digital signage (http://us.shuttle.com/Poweredbyshuttle_DigitalSignage.aspx ), presentation and broadcasting (http://us.shuttle.com/Poweredbyshuttle_Presentation.aspx ), and working behind-the-scenes in TV and film (http://us.shuttle.com/poweredbyshuttle_TV_Film.aspx ).

Shuttle will begin shipping two new small form factor workstation models directly from its U.S. website ( http://us.shuttle.com ) today, starting at $899 MSRP. For more information about the new Shuttle Pro Series models, visit http://us.shuttle.com/Solutions_business.aspx .
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