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Thursday, 28 June 2012 13:53

Shuttle pairs up Cedar Trail with Radeon graphics

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Slim PC XS35 gets Radeon HD 7410M option


Shuttle, or to be precise, its European subsidiary, has announced a new update to their fanless XS35 model that is part of the Slim PC lineup. The new XS35 lineup will be available with either integrated graphics, courtesy of Intel, or AMD's HD 7410M graphics, depending on the desired application area.

The new XS35V3 and the XS35GTA V3 are both based on Intel's Cedar Trail platform with NM10 Express chipset and Intel CedarView 32nm dual-core Atom D2700 CPU clocked at 2.13GHz. Both systems are sold as a barebone, which means they come without any memory, HDD or operating system. Both support up to 4GB of DDR3-1066 SO-DIMM memory in two slots.

The rest of the general specifications include a small 25.2x16.2x3.85 cm 1.57l chassis that is completely passively cooled via convective heat transfer, come with an optional DVD or Blu-ray drive, support of SATA HDD, have intergrated audio, card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11bgn WiFi via halfsize mini-PCIe card, D-Sub/VGA output, and is rated for 24/7 nonstop operation.

As noted, the XS35V3 features Intel GMA 3650 graphics, courtesy of Intel's Atom D2700, which runs at 640MHz while the XS35GTA V3 comes with AMD's Radeon HD 7410M graphics based on the Seymore-LP GPU with 512MB of DDR3 memory clocked at 800MHz. The GPU features 160 stream processors and provides an HDMI output for the little Shuttle Slim PC.

According to Shuttle, both barebones should be available immediately with a recommended retail price set at €172 for the XS35V3 and €233 for the AMD Radeon HD 7410M equipped XS35GTA V3.

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Last modified on Thursday, 28 June 2012 14:03

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