Shuttle Reaches U.S. Audience of Over 45-Million at CES 2010
City of Industry, CA – JANUARY 13, 2009 – Shuttle, an industry leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance small form factor (SFF) PC solutions and creator of the XPC, unveiled a full line-up of coming solutions at the recently concluded 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Shuttle showcased its new line of mini-ITX supported XPC models (SG41J1, SH55J2, and SX58J3), its new fanless all-in-one PC (X50 V2), and its new 1-liter solution with built-in optical drive (XS35) – all of which are set to arrive in the U.S. in the first half of 2010. Shuttle also displayed its new notebook prototypes based on its standardized motherboards which will be available for ordering in March 2010.
“I think we really put on a great show at this year’s CES,” said Nicolas Villalobos, Manager at Shuttle Computer Group in Los Angeles, “Not only did we make history with the announcement of our new notebook motherboard standard, but we also received great interest from the local OEMs that this product is really meant for. It's another huge step that will push us and our partners forward in creating innovative solutions for the consumers of tomorrow.”
Leading entertainment, technology, and national media including G4 TV, CNET, PC World, Computer Shopper, Tom's Hardware, Variety, The Wall Street Journal, and countless others stopped by to review the 2010 new products at the Shuttle booth.
Hexus interview with Nicolas at Shuttle regarding the new J Series:
Hexus interview with Nicolas at Shuttle regarding the new notebook ecosystem:
Shuttle also held a press conference during CES 2010. Key technology and industry publications such as ABC News, Engadget, DigiTimes, Economic Daily news, and Apple Daily were present at the event.
TechwareLabs interview with Nicolas at the Shuttle press conference:
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