Shuttle X270V Linux Barebone PC

PC casings are getting smaller and while some may have limitations as far as assembling them into something different and powerful when the need arises, Shuttle has something to offer which may more than be a great design that can be mistaken for a game console.

Shuttle has announced a new machine, that is larger than the Wii for sure, but still compact enough to fit into an entertainment center or onto your desk called the X270V nettop. The little machine is designed to run openSUSE Linux and features an Intel Atom processor.

The machine uses the dual-core Atom 330 CPU at 1.6GHz and supports hyperthreading. The board has a single DDR2 DIMM supporting up to 2GB of RAM. Other features include HD 6-channel audio and support for a single 2.5-inch HDD. A slim DVD burner is optional with the system and DVI video out is featured. The PSU for the system is a 60W unit.


The Sarah Eco-Friendly PC Cases

Computer casings have had their share of different designs and most of us could care less as long as we are able to perform all the necessary things that a computer would allow us to. But then again, there are people who want to be different and this includes the type of computer case that they have. Normally, having a one of a kind design that is not typical would be the way to go and the “Sarah” PC case is definitely one of the unique casings that any computer geek would love to have.

Further, the “Sarah” PC case is eco-friendly, made of Ebony trees offering that unique wooden look that we rarely see for in computer desktop designs today. Nothing comes as rare as this and for sure you may have a hard time finding it anywhere.

Sarah PC Case

Getting an eco-friendly PC casing seems to be a bit off-beat. Many people are focused more on the energy consumption when computers are placed into the picture but as far as projecting a new look is concerned, the Sarah PC case is something you should not really pass by.

Aside from boasting rights and a different kind of computer package, you can really see the difference of getting something that is eco-friendly and contributory towards the green standards outside energy consumption that technology gadgets have been hit for. At least now, you have something else to show them as far as unique casing designs in the world today is concerned.

Ebony trees in virtually all regions have become endangered through over exploitation and some are already extinct.

(Source) Gadget Lab