Shuttle XPC wins X-Bit labs 'Best of 2003' Reader's Choice award
X-Bit Labs, web-based PC hardware testing publication, has named Shuttle's XPC as the 2003 best small form factor (SFF) computer in their annual “Readers' Choice” awards.“Shuttle... which was the first to start the production of mini-systems in the “cubic” form-factor, is the indisputable leader in the SFF market,” exclaimed Anna Filatova, editor-in-chief, X-bit Labs. “More than 50 percent of our readers were unanimous and awarded Shuttle with the title of the best SFF systems maker of the year 2003.”January — XPC SN41G2; The World's first nForce™ SFF computerOctober — XPC ST61G4; The first SFF computer based on the ATI RADEON 9100 IGPMay — XPC SB61G2; The World’s first 800MHz FSB SFF computerSeptember — XPC SB75G2; The first i875-based SFF computerSeptember — First SFF computer to bundle Mandrake LinuxSeptember — XPC SN85G4; The World's first Athlon™64 supporting SFF computerFurther, Shuttle XPC has won a plethora of "Best of 2003" awards from leading IT industry publications, such as; Tom's Hardware, Hardware Mag, PC Pro, Australian Personal Computer, Maximum PC, PC World and Open for Business. Get the full picture on Shuttle's awards page at www.shuttle.com.
Founded in 1983, Shuttle Inc. (TAIEX 2405) is the world’s leading manufacturer of Small Form Factor (SFF) Computers, so far, Shuttle’s hardware product development has extended to slim PCs, AIO PCs, Notebooks and Tablets for home, business and vertical applications as Digital Signage, POI/POS and Kiosk.To answer the trends of IoT and cloud applications, Shuttle started to build up its software and integration R&D capabilities since 2011 and launched numerous of smart solutions for Face Recognition, Education, Home Automation and Long-term Care applications.
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