Unveiled earlier this year (at CES) by Shuttle, but still not sold, the XS35 to the latest rumors could be launched during the third quarter. This additional period should allow Shuttle to slightly modify the design of its barebones and improve its passive cooling system.
Boarding ION 2 chipset (GT218) and NVIDIA dual-core processor Intel Atom D510 clocked at 1.66 GHz, nettop barebone has a slim optical drive slot, a slot for a hard drive (or SSD) format 2.5 inches, a memory card reader, Ethernet and audio controllers, five USB 2.0 ports and VGA and HDMI. Also according to the latest rumors, this toy to place in his living room would be available and costs 320 euros. Check out new prices and buy it from Amazon.
Check out Shuttle XS35 Nettop Hands On video,