Wednesday Nov 11, 2009

Shuttle X50 All-in-One

I recently got my hands on a Shuttle X50 All-in-One PC. The X50 is a low-end desktop that takes up little room on a desk or it can be wall mounted. It is a nice looking unit with relatively basic features.


Shuttle X50


Specification:










































































Processor

Intel® Atom™ 330 1.6GHz

Memory

1GB DDR2

Chipset

Intel 945GC + ICH7

Storage

160GB SATA 2.5" HDD

Card Reader

Integrated 4-IN-1 Card Reader

Graphic Card

Integrated Intel GMA 950

Web Camera

Integrated 1.3M Pixel Web Camera

Network

802.11b/g/n,
10/100/1000 Ethernet
LCD Panel
15.6" 16 :9 Wide Panel, 1366 x 768 pixels

Touch Screen

Single Touch

Microphone

Built-In

Audio

5.1 CH Audio,
2 x 2W Stereo Speakers

Power

65W Power Adapter,
Input:100- 240V AC

Right Ports

4 in 1 Card Reader,
3 x USB port,
Audio Line-in,
Audio Line-out,
Microphone Input,
Gigabit LAN Port

Left Ports

Power-on Button,
Stylus Pen,
2 x USB Port,
LCD Buttons,
DC-input for Power Supply

Back Panel

1 x D-sub Port for an external monitor

Dimension

15.4 x 12.8 x 1.4 Inches

The X50 came with Windows 7 installed. The next installment of this blog will cover OpenSolaris.


Shuttle X50 back view


The support on the back of the unit can fold up to be used as a carrying handle or folded fully down.  The handle can also be removed in order to mount the system on a wall.


USB connectors are on either side (two on the left and three on the right). The touch screen works fine under Windows 7. The touch is single touch only.


Next time. installing OpenSolaris and testing what works.

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