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Shuttle-sg33g5.350488
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Shuttle SG33G5

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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
14 September 2007
  • Excerpt: Shuttle brings its compact-quality design philosophy to the bare-bones desktop with the XPC SG33G5, which provides lots of entertainment-PC potential—inside some potentially tight boundaries.
  • Pros: Nice-looking, compact case, Generous entertainment-PC-connectivity options, Comes with two eSATA ports, Thoughtful interior-design elements
  • Cons: Small size greatly limits expandability, Doesn't support Intel Core 2 Extreme processors
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Overall 8
7.6

Expert Review

Tweak Town
6 September 2007
  • Excerpt: It's been a while since we have heard from Shuttle, and for pretty good reason. Many years ago if you wanted a small form factor PC that could pack a punch your only real option was Shuttle. It came to the point where some of the biggest manufacturers in the world decided to enter the game, Gigabyte had a crack at it along with Epox and ASUS but no one was ever able to stand out like Shuttle.
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BIOS
10 October 2007
  • Summary: Impressive SFF media centre PC
  • Pros: Lush design; eye-catching display; HDMI (HDCP) output; onboard Dolby Digital; runs cool & quiet; remote control supplied
  • Cons: Limited expandability; onboard graphics not up to scratch for 3D gaming
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Overall 7
6.7
Performance 7
6.7

Shuttle XPC Barebone SG33G5

PC Authority
15 September 2007
  • Summary: Not very competitive on price, but there’s plenty of scope for performance
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Shuttle Glamor XPC SG33G5 (Intel G33)

Hardware Zone
30 August 2007
  • Conclusion: Many different vendors have tried their hand at creating the home entertainment media hub. We have seen consumer friendly versions that run some form of Linux in the background and have their own custom interface navigated using a remote control. These are dedicated 'dumb' machines that require little maintenance or computer knowledge from the user.
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