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Shuttle X27

The Shuttle X27 is a mini ITX Form Factor with an Intel Atom 230 CPU processor and Intel 945GC + ICH7 chipset. It has a 240 pin DDR2 DIMM Slots, 2GB per DIMM (Max 2GB) memory that is DDR2 533MHz supported. Its display is a VGA Intel GMA 950 256bit 3D engine with 400MHz core and DirectX 9 3D hardware acceleration. The Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) 3.0 supports up to 224MB of Video memory with Realtek ALC662 5.1 Channel High Definition audio support. Connectivity is via Marvell 88…

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Shuttle X27

The Shuttle X27 is a mini ITX Form Factor with an Intel Atom 230 CPU processor and Intel 945GC + ICH7 chipset. It has a 240 pin DDR2 DIMM Slots, 2GB per DIMM (Max 2GB) memory that is DDR2 533MHz supported. Its display is a VGA Intel GMA 950 256bit 3D engine with 400MHz core and DirectX 9 3D hardware acceleration. The Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) 3.0 supports up to 224MB of Video memory with Realtek ALC662 5.1 Channel High Definition audio support. Connectivity is via Marvell 88E8056 ethernet that is IEEE 802.3u 100Base-T specification compliant. Transfer speed is up to 10MB/s, 100MB/s or 1GB/s on Wake-On-LAN function. Its storage interface is 1 x UltraDMA100 IDE channel Master from ICH7 and 2 x on-board SATA connector. The unit measures 250 x 185 x 70 mm and requires a power input via 60W Adapter at 100- 240V AC.

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The Shuttle X27 comes with an Intel Atom processor and consumes 24W when in idle mode and 36W in full load mode. The X27 has a 3-liter volume and allows users access to the internet, emails, office applications, or multimedia entertainment. The X27 produces 23 db when in both idle and full load mode. All components follow standards of RoHS and green guideline.

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