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I know this product only from Internet. It has pros and cons. Let me do initial evaluation... I'm not sure how this thing will run Linux at all...

Pros:
- small factor
- nice front panel
- integrated keyboard IR Remote (I think it's LinuxMCE compatible)
- LCD display although not sure if it can be used under Linux
- NVidia chipset I hope is right for new GUI
Cons:
- Price ???

Shuttle sff.jpg Shuttle sff back.jpg

--Nite man 02:29, 4 July 2006 (MST) You can buy Shuttle SFF here. The price is $232 (without CPU)

--User:TR 15:27, 28 December 2007 (EST) The Shuttle SFF is no longer available at the above link. Looking for similar unit now.

The SG33G5 model w/ a 2.4GHz core2duo and 2GB ram runs Mythbuntu frontend and backend very smoothly. I'm sure it could easliy be used for LinuxMCE front end. Not sure about making it a front end back end combo since there is little room for additional network cards, tv tunners, esata cards, etc. It comes w/ one x16 PCIe slot and one PCI slot.

--Jamz 11:17, 13 June 2008 (PDT) There are a several current Shuttle XPC options to choose from. I recently ordered for the SD30G2+ and planning to combine that with a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR 950 Hybrid TV Stick. XPC will be coming with an Intel 945GC Express chipset, Intel GMA 950 display, and two-(2) spare expansion slots (PCI and PCI-Express), Marvell 88E8001 gigabit ethernet. Updates once the rig is arrives/setup.