SHUTTLE X100 - P2 3700G -REVIEW BENCHMARK AND OVERCLOCKING
23 December 2006
Conclusion: The Shuttle P2 3700G is a strong mini pc it is actually entirely configurable in order to correspond to the needs for all . Taking into account the orientation with the point of technology, we does not have to expect the machine first price, but by choosing better components it is possible to obtain a relatively accessible mini pc, very powerful machine and with the great design.
Conclusion: In addition to the power and CD-eject buttons and one USB 2.0 port, the Shuttle's front panel holds an unmarked, easily overlooked flash-memory slot for Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, and Memory Stick/Pro cards. Around the back, you'll find four more USB 2.0 ports, as well as one FireWire port; a 10/100Mbps Ethernet connection; S/PDIF out; and mic, line-in, and line-out audio jacks.
Summary: The X100's small, trendy form factor and the less-is-more approach to its design are also notable in Apple's Mac Mini. The similarity extends to the technical details, too: The Core Duo processor and the use of mobile parts are both features of Apple's Mac Mini and iMac lines. ( Editor's Note: That was true until the beginning of this month; the iMac has now moved to Core 2 Duo processors exclusively.
Summary: released the performance of the Shuttle X100 seems to fall behind when compared to our pseudo-Core 2 Duo E6300. It won’t have as much processing or graphics power as a similar priced Core 2 Duo E6300 equipped system but it’ll get the job done quickly, sufficiently and quietly.
Conclusion: The Shuttle XPC X100, the world's smallest SFF may look more like an old-fashioned console but make no mistake, its sight is squarely aimed at this niche currently dominated by Shuttle's own legions of SFF models. For all its dominance of the genre it created, Shuttle's products lack the mainstream recognition that Apple's Mac Mini garnered instantly on its debut, thanks to a combination of Apple's superior brand name and its trendy designs.
Conclusion: На момент написания обзора тестовая конфигурация, собранная на базе Shuttle XPC SD31 стоила 1224 доллара , а Shuttle XPC X100 должен был поступить в продажу по цене 1390 долларов . Как видите, разница в цене на системные блоки не очень-то и большая. И если Shuttle SD31P можно отнести к классу компактных, то X100 - это тонкий компьютер.