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Shuttle ST62K

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Tweak Town
6 July 2004
  • Excerpt: We have been fortunate enough to have a look at an extremely large array of Shuttle gear which has mainly consisted of their Small Form Factor cases. Shuttle's range of SFF computers really have such a large number of uses that you could never really have too many of them - they all do something better then the other in small ways.
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Dan's Data
13 March 2004
  • Conclusion: If you need real 3D grunt from your baby-puter, then an SFF box with an AGP slot is for you; the Zen's not a great deal cheaper than various tweaky SFF models. And if you want an optical drive that matches the Zen's finish, there aren't many choices.
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Shuttle Zen XPC ST62K

Hardware Zone
15 May 2004
  • Conclusion: The new Zen series in Shuttle's XPC empire is off to a good start as it posses many appealing attributes for its target group. Currently, the one and only SFF in this series is the Zen XPC ST62K, but that alone has shown potential for more permutations of such systems in the coming future.
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Shuttle ZEN XPC ST62K

PC Authority
12 May 2004
  • Summary: This barebones is a little smaller and less featured than the larger barebones with expansion options, but for what it is, this is one of the better barebones systems on the market right now.
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7 July 2004
  • Excerpt: Shuttle es una de los fabricantes de barebones más prolíficos del mercado, prueba de ello es el extenso catálogo de modelos disponibles, tanto para plataformas Pentium como AMD. Y por si esto fuera poco, también nos ofrece una gama de accesorios de todo tipo con los que personalizar y adaptar el equipo a nuestros gustos y necesidades.
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11 June 2004
  • Excerpt: Ostatnio w komputerowym świecie zapanowała moda na zmniejszanie wszystkiego, co tylko możliwe. Jeśli dobrze się przyjrzeć, to na dobrą sprawę dążenie do miniaturowości dotknęło nawet procesorów. Nowe Athlony 64/FX oraz nieco starsze już Pentium 4 są zauważalnie mniejsze od swych poprzedników. Lecz nie o procesorach będziemy rozprawiać w dzisiejszej recenzji, bowiem do naszego Laboratorium dotarł system typu barebone. I to nie byle jaki, bo był to...
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Shuttle ST62K

24 March 2004
  • Summary: Zen XPC er et meget spennende initiativ fra Shuttle. Her tråkker markedslederen opp nye stier, ved å innføre et nærmest lydløst og meget kompakt design, ved bruk av en "smart" kjøleløsning og ekstern strømforsyning. Lyd, nettverk, grafikk, Firewire og USB er innebygget, slik at man kun trenger å montere harddisk, CPU og RAM (pluss eventuelt CD/DVD/floppy) for å benytte systemet. Monteringen er dessuten svært enkel, til forskjell fra enkelte andre tilsvarende bokser.
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Overall 8

Einfacher als Lego: Barebone Shuttle XPC ZEN ST62K

13 February 2004
  • Summary: Shuttle hat seine Reihe kompakter Mini-PCs überarbeitet. Der Aufbau eines Systems auf Grundlage des XPC ist nun einfacher als mit Legosteinen. Außerdem kommt der ATI-Chipsatz Radeon 9100 IGP mit integrierter Grafik zum Einsatz.
  • Pros: simple Installation, edles Design, durch externes Netzteil sehr leise
  • Cons: Leistung nicht optimal, externes Netzteil schwer, kein DVI-Anschluss, kein AGP
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