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SHUTTLE X200 WIRELESS LAN DRIVER
There are also five USB 2. The wireless network adapter is another bonus, making Internet connection and streaming from other networked computers in your home a joyously wireless experience.
The included 2GB RAM also keeps the X's head above water, especially when you've got the memory-hungry monster that is the Vista OS sitting predator-like on the hard drive. The X is quite a mixed bag. Realistically, you're going to want the Core 2 Duo upgrade if you've got a large screen high-def TV, not the Shuttle X200 Wireless LAN T that this machine comes with.
And slinky it most definitely is. We love the appearance of Shuttle's latest mini media centre and having this fully functional Shuttle X200 Wireless LAN sitting alongside your swanky living room entertainment system is unlikely to ruin the feng shui. Unfortunately, the pleasingly stylish aesthetics just aren't matched by the thoroughly average performance. Have a read and let us know what you think. Shuttle has at least ensured that the eye candy on Windows Vista can still be experienced with the Intel onboard graphics but we don't recommend trying any modern 3D games on this machine.
A Case of Sequelitis : Shuttle XPC X Review -
Still, the X is quite decent overall and it certainly fulfilled the quiet quotient. There is also the integrated infrared Shuttle X200 Wireless LAN and remote control that we wished was present in the X Perhaps the best way of judging the Shuttle XPC X is not to see it as the next iteration of a series, but another variation on the same theme.
After all, the X is still available and it can be configured to be competitive with the notebooks and desktops available nowadays. The X meanwhile serves a different purpose and crowd. It is aimed Shuttle X200 Wireless LAN at the media center enthusiast who would love to have a retro, console-looking HTPC in the living room, quiet and nondescript.
This dream however, is not perfect as the lack of a HDMI output and the current driver support for only Microsoft Windows Media Center operating systems hinders it from those hoping to tweak it to their preferences particularly since Linux's MythTV is probably one of the most fully featured media center Shuttle X200 Wireless LAN now. Exterior Design Exterior Design Like we mentioned before, the Shuttle XPC X and now the X reminded us of consoles, though we're talking about the 80s heyday incarnations instead of the shiny black PlayStations now.
For sure, not everyone will warm immediately to its appearance, but it will bring back pangs of nostalgia to some. We certainly didn't mind that Shuttle has persisted with this design.
Shuttle XPC Mini X review TechRadar
If you can remember, the original X can be placed either standing or lying flat. The design of the heat pipe cooler Shuttle X200 Wireless LAN internally means that there is only one correct upright orientation for the X and that is also the case for the X Of Shuttle X200 Wireless LAN, this direction is clearly marked at the bottom of the unit. Shuttle XPC mini X sets a new standard. With a surface barely the size of a PN b/g Wireless LAN Kit (optional). Share your internet with friends.
- Shuttle XPC X Specs - CNET
- Exterior Design
Shuttle XPC mini X sets a new standard. or Core 2 Duo processors, a range of hard disk capacities, wireless LAN, multimedia remote, integrated TV tuner.