Shuttle Barebone K48 launched

Posted on Sunday, Aug 10 2008 @ 07:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Shuttle has introduced a new barebone, the K48:
The specification of this new Mini-PC illustrates the breadth of possibilities. The Intel 945GC chipset is suitable for Intel single and dual-core processors and supports up to 2 GB DDR2 memory. Both monitor outputs (DVI + VGA) permit dual monitoring and therefore provide more screen surface if required. An immediately identifiable difference from the first K-Series Barebone K45 is that the new K48 has the option to insert an optical 5.25" drive. A suitably sized and very efficient power supply with 100 Watt is used as a reliable power source. Data and content is transferred at high-speed via the integrated gigabit network interface. The changeable front panel gives the Shuttle Barebone K48 an instant individual look and images, information and logos can be integrated easily.

The Shuttle Barebone K48 has a MSRP of 110EUR (excl. VAT).

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