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Shuttle XPC SG33G50 Intel G33 Express SFF PC Review Shuttle XPC SG33G50 Intel G33 Express SFF PC Review
In this review, PCSTATS will be testing out Shuttle's glossy-black XPC SG33G50 small formfactor barebones PC. Like all barebones computers, the Shuttle XPC SG33G50 includes the case, motherboard, CPU heatsink and powersupply.


Shuttle Dec 07, 2007
AOpen Mini PC MP945-VX Ultra Small Formfactor PC Review AOpen Mini PC MP945-VX Ultra Small Formfactor PC Review
AOpen has employed an unorthodox method of building its super small, super compact, super quiet miniPC MP945-VX small formfactor system.


AOpen Jan 23, 2007
MSI MEGA mPC 945 Barebones Small Formfactor PC Review MSI MEGA mPC 945 Barebones Small Formfactor PC Review
The MSI MEGA mPC945 system is based around the Intel 945G and Intel ICH7 chipsets and is compatible with all Socket 775 Intel Pentium 4/D/XE, Celeron processors.


MSI Computer Dec 10, 2006
Biostar iDEQ 250N Mini PC Geforce 6100 Small Formfactor Barebones Biostar iDEQ 250N Mini PC Geforce 6100 Small Formfactor Barebones
The iDEQ 250N is a socket AM2 AMD Athlon64 platform which is based on nVIDIA's extremely popular GeForce 6100 and nForce 410 series chipsets.


Biostar Nov 24, 2006
Shuttle XPC SN27P2 Small Formfactor Socket AM2 Barebones PC Review Shuttle XPC SN27P2 Small Formfactor Socket AM2 Barebones PC Review
**UPDATED with EOL REPORT.** Shuttle's latest Small Formfactor PC is its XPC SN27P2 which is based around nVIDIA's nForce 570 Ultra chipset and supports 940-pin socket AM2 processor.


Shuttle Jun 06, 2006
AOpen miniPC MP915-B Super Multi System Review AOpen miniPC MP915-B Super Multi System Review
AOpen mini PC MP915-B (Super Multi) system is based on the Intel 915GM chipset and supports Socket 479 Pentium M 400/533 MHz processors.


Aopen May 30, 2006
Shuttle XPC SD11G5 Small Formfactor PC Review Shuttle XPC SD11G5 Small Formfactor PC Review
To reach a happy silent equilibrium, the Shuttle XPC SD11G5 is powered by a mobile Intel Pentium M processor.


Shuttle Inc. Dec 30, 2005
Canada Computers Content Creator X2 Workstation System Review Canada Computers Content Creator X2 Workstation System Review
Built around a e 2.4GHz dual core Athlon64 X2 4800+ CPU, and pre-installed with Microsoft WindowsXP Professional, the system should have plenty of potential pixel kicking power.


Canada Computers Aug 31, 2005
Soltek EQ3501-300PW QBiC Mania SFF PC Review Soltek EQ3501-300PW QBiC Mania SFF PC Review
The Soltek EQ3501-300PW QBiC Mania SFF PC is a flashy 'hot-rod' of good looks.


Soltek Apr 19, 2005
AOpen EX915 XCube SFF PC Review AOpen EX915 XCube SFF PC Review
This is a 'barebones' kit, meaning that you get the case with the motherboard pre-installed, but you need to purchase and install the processor, RAM, hard drive and optical drive(s) yourself.


AOpen Mar 11, 2005
Soltek EQ340IM QBiC SFF PC Review Soltek EQ340IM QBiC SFF PC Review
The Soltek QBiC is as well equipped as any SFF PC on the market; with an 8X AGP and PCI slot for peripheral expansion.


Soltek Oct 03, 2004
Orion Multisystems DS-96 Efficeon Cluster Workstation Orion Multisystems DS-96 Efficeon Cluster Workstation
The Orion DS-96 deskside Cluster Workstation will include 96 nodes with 300 Gflops peak performance.


Orion Aug 01, 2004
Dell Dimension 2400 System Review Dell Dimension 2400 System Review
The Dimension 2400 is a budget home/office system based on Intel's i845GV chipset, and houses a Celeron 2.4Ghz processor (in the model we tested) or a Pentium 4 up to 2.8 GHz.


Dell Jul 13, 2004
AOpen EZ65 XCcube SFF PC Review AOpen EZ65 XCcube SFF PC Review
The Aopen EZ65 XCcube handled the benchmarks superbly; it would certainly keep me satisfied if it were my 24/7 machine.


Aopen Apr 28, 2004
Canada Computers: Ultimate Gaming Machine of 2003 Canada Computers: Ultimate Gaming Machine of 2003
It was quite a pleasure to test out this little silver rig which came fully equipped with all the bells, whistles, and bright neon lights that you could ever want.


Canada Computers Oct 25, 2003
MSI Metis 266 Slim PC System Review MSI Metis 266 Slim PC System Review
The MSI Metis 266 SlimPC AMD AthlonXP bare bones system. Sleek, black, and packed full of features like video, audio, and networking.


MSI Mar 12, 2003
MSI Hermes 650-P Barebones System Review MSI Hermes 650-P Barebones System Review
The system when installed with a CPU and hard drive is perfect as a home theatre, or bookshelf PC.


MSI Oct 12, 2002
Gespac PCISYS-59 Crusoe 3U CompactPCI Board Gespac PCISYS-59 Crusoe 3U CompactPCI Board
The Gespac PCISYS-59 features a highly integrated x86 class assembly, built on a compact 3U Eurocard format.


Gespac Aug 02, 2002
Shuttle SS50 Pentium 4 Cube System Review Shuttle SS50 Pentium 4 Cube System Review
These computers, like Shuttle's SS50 use special motherboards and standard components to maximize features and lesson space requirements...


Shuttle Apr 29, 2002
March 2002 PCstats Dream Machines March 2002 PCstats Dream Machines
With no real loyalties towards any company in the computer industry, we're going to be looking at an Intel based system and an AMD system.


Various Mar 11, 2002
Fastest Webmaster - 3DMark2001 Tweak Guide Fastest Webmaster - 3DMark2001 Tweak Guide
In a way 3DMark 2001 is a "geeks drag race" to see who's computer is the fastest, leanest, and meanest! =)


Madonion Jan 24, 2002
AMD AthlonXP 2000+ Workstation Review AMD AthlonXP 2000+ Workstation Review
With CAD/CAM work you damn well don't want the computer to be the limiting factor in productivity.


AMD Jan 16, 2002
Xmas 2001 Buyers Guide - Eight Things to Crave Xmas 2001 Buyers Guide - Eight Things to Crave
Christmas shopping is usually filled with two lists of things, stuff you can afford, and stuff you want. This is a list of eight products you want.


Various Dec 04, 2001
USB 2.0 - Working Away At 480Mbps USB 2.0 - Working Away At 480Mbps
USB 2.0 operates at 480Mbps, about 40X times faster than USB 1.1 which currently works at a snails pace of just 12Mbps.


USB Org Nov 26, 2001
Hannacroix Concept PC Hannacroix Concept PC
Intel demonstrated a concept PC at Comdex Fall 2001 that was designed to make anyone's mouth water.


Intel Nov 24, 2001
NEC Crusoe SBC - CB56 NEC Crusoe SBC - CB56
The CB56, which measures 170 x 150mm, forms the basis of both the CS56 server and CW56 Web pad.


NEC May 30, 2001
Crusoe SBCs Hit The Market Crusoe SBCs Hit The Market
While receiving substantially less notice than the server or mobile devices which incorporate Crusoe processors, Single Board Computers (SBC) may have an underlying impact.


Transmeta Apr 02, 2001
World's First Crusoe Single Board Computer World's First Crusoe Single Board Computer
A Taiwanese company called IBASE Technology have recently announced the IB750, a 5.25-inch SBC (single board computer) based around Transmeta's TM3400 Crusoe processor.


Ibase Mar 12, 2001
IBM's Advancing Technology IBM's Advancing Technology
In the last few weeks IBM has released some fairly radical adaptations into the tech world that could have strong implications...


IBM Dec 07, 2000
Casio Cassiopedia EM 500 PDA Review Casio Cassiopedia EM 500 PDA Review
Casio are a name long associated with consumer electronics, has actually been producing CE based hand helds since the very beginning, starting with the A 10. With each new product, the company has managed to improve on the weaknesses of earlier units, while providing additional functionality. With the introduction of their PocketPC units, Casio is ready to continue this tradition. Does this strategy still hold the key to a successful product?


Casio Nov 28, 2000
Prototypes from COMDEX 2000 Prototypes from COMDEX 2000
Who doesn't like to see the coolest gadgets to hit the high-tech market? I know we do! We've compiled a gallery of the coolest innovations that caught our attention at COMDEX 2000.


Comdex 2000 Nov 27, 2000
ViA Introduces Crusoe-based Wearable Computer ViA Introduces Crusoe-based Wearable Computer
Current iterations of Via PC's Wearable computer are based on a Cyrix Media GXi 166Mhz processor. A prototype is expect to be shown at COMDEX using a 700Mhz Crusoe Processor.


ViA Technologies Nov 09, 2000
Handspring Visor Deluxe PDA Review Handspring Visor Deluxe PDA Review
Aside from the cell phone, one device that has become very popular among the business professional is the personal digital assistant, or PDA.


Handspring Aug 20, 2000
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