Small is huge in PCs these days
Reuters, an indispensable news source relied upon by people around the world, has discovered the advantages of Shuttle’s small form factor (SFF) computers. Their story includes insight from analyst groups Gartner and Aberdeen, and has been picked up and relayed by leading "pulse-news" services all over the world, including Forbes, Lycos and Yahoo.
"What ... has [the] PC industry talking is a small Taiwanese PC components manufacturer, Shuttle," started Reuters’ journalist Kenneth Li. "A slew of new PCs that recently hit the market are sizing down and jazzing up conventional design, prepping it for display in a more pleasing setting, such as the den or the living room."
Having produced the first commercially-successful SFF computer just three years ago, Shuttle has redefined the way people think about computers. With models featuring a full-range of performance and value points, Shuttle’s XPC product line delivers support for the latest Intel and AMD processors, leading-edge dual-channel DDR400, ICE heat-pipe technology and a full palette of expansion options.
"There’s a lot of demand for the small form factor box," said Ro"ger Kay, Gartner analyst. So much so that Gartner is predicting sales of SFF computers will skyrocket by 2,000 percent worldwide over the next four years.
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