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  • ASUS Essentio CS5110 gets pricing, Blu-ray burner

    ASUS Essentio CS5110 gets pricing, Blu-ray burner

    The ASUS Essentio CS5110, which we’ve covered in fair-to-middling detail, will be offered with an optional Blu-ray burner. Pricing will run between $657 and $1,642, with the Blu-ray equipped version of the PC starting at just over $1,300. These prices, by the way, are being converted from New Taiwan dollars, so they’re not necessarily set in stone. Still no official launch date and… Read More

  • More details emerge about the ASUS Essentio CS5110

    More details emerge about the ASUS Essentio CS5110

    Do a search for “ASUS Essentio CS5110″ on Google and look what pops up first. That’s right — John Biggs, ladies and gentlemen. John Biggs. Anywho, back in early March there weren’t too many details on the luscious Essentio, but ASUS has furnished us all with more information in the form of a press release. Still notably missing, however, is a launch date and a price… Read More

  • Sexy little Asus PCs look like video game consoles

    Sexy little Asus PCs look like video game consoles

    Straddling the line between PC and work of art, the Nova P22 is a Core 2 Duo desktop with 802.11n and Bluetooth. It comes in black or orange/white and is two inches thick. It has a 1.86GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, and 160GB of hard drive space. It’s available now for $938. I’d hit it. Product Page Read More

  • Asus Nova P20: Mac Mini for PC people

    Asus Nova P20: Mac Mini for PC people

    Kudos to CNET UK for referring to the Asus Nova P20 as a “Mac Mini mangler” instead of a “Mac Mini killer” but honestly, I don’t know why people are so hell bent on one type of device choking the last, sweet breaths out of another device. There’s plenty of room here for gadgets from all walks of life. I guess mangling’s better than killing, though. The… Read More

  • New high performance platform from Shuttle

    New high performance platform from Shuttle

    Aw, isn’t that cute? It’s a tiny computer! The Shuttle SX38P2 Pro includes support for Intel Core 2 Extreme, Quad, and Duo processors via the X38 chipset, PCI-Express 2.0 with CrossFire, 3-part heatsink with convection-based heat-dissipation (no fans, in other words), integrated fingerprint reader, USB Speed-Link for directly connecting two PCs for file sharing, and support for up to… Read More

  • Shuttle Introduces SDXi, Questions My 1337ness

    Shuttle’s been catering to the commuting gamer for some time now. Its latest however, not only packs in some high-end components, but tackles two of the biggest problems with small form factor PCs: cooling and the noise created by said cooling. The compact-case builder managed to sneak in a liquid-cooling system from CoolIT to bring down the operating temps on the Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700… Read More

  • Shuttle XPC SD37P2: Fastest Small Form Factor PC

    Shuttle XPC SD37P2: Fastest Small Form Factor PC

    The Shuttle XPC Barebone SD37P2 will cost only 419 Euros, or 537 dollars when it’s released in the 3Q 2006, but we’ll be damned if you don’t get a lot of performance from this little machine. The included Intel 975X/ICH7R motherboard supports Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Duo Extreme, Pentium Extreme or Pentium D CPUs, and has enough room for 8GB of RAM, 2 PCI-E cards, 3 SATA hard… Read More