Shuttle Reinvents itself at Computex 2012 James White June 10, 2012 If you have ever considered buying a barebones system as a base for a mini PC, or wanted to build a mini PC at all for that matter, you know the name Shuttle. They have been the core of the barebones and mini PC systems for a very long time. After falling into the shadows, Shuttle has decided to release new everything. Seriously, they introduced an entire catalog of products at Computex 2012. We have all seen product line ups change, get design updates, or scrapped all together. I have never seen a technology company release a new version of everything they sell. To be honest, it is about time Shuttle did introduce some new products. I do not have the time or space to go into details about each product, but I will try to give your the overview. First we have the X Series of Ultra Slim PCs. These are what you need when you want something small and functional when you don’t want to build it yourself. This line up will also be great for personal and business solutions when you want to hide the “computer” that is running your interactive display. Think touch screen kiosks or digital cookbook in your kitchen. Then we have the All-in-One and barebones solutions. These don’t really need description as they are exactly what you expect. The usual Shuttle touch of putting a lot of power and functionality into a small space. The list of great Shuttle XPC Series is the selection of socket support. Here you can just pick your favorite Intel flavor and enjoy. The best part is the R4 and R5 series within the XPC all support dual slot GPUs for the gamers who live where space is at a premium. Finally we have the OmniNAS. Technically not how you are suppose to spell its name, but it makes it easier to read the name correctly. Do you need a media server, iTunes server, Linux, Windows, OSX, etc to act a central location for your personal data? The answer is yes you do and Shuttle is here to make easy enough for anyone. The OmniNAS has a 3-in-1 media card reader (with auto copy), USB 3.0, one buttone hotswap HDDs, and up to 8 TBs of storage via its twin 3.5″ bays. For more details on everything that is Shuttle, visit their website here. No need to go to a special section as everything on their site is brand new. Share This With The World!