Shuttle Set the 15th Great Landmark in PC History
(Taipei, Taiwan — August 15, 2006) Since IBM announced the first PC in 1981, which became a landmark machine of PC. 25 years later, PCWORLD.COM picked out the 25 greatest PCs during the time. The remarkable PCs have been selected to represent the best milestone in each year. PCWORLD.COM arrayed of winning qualities into four factors, which are innovation, impact, industrial design, and intangibles. Shuttle has been recognized as one of the milestones that is in line with IBM, Apple, Compaq, Xerox, Sony, Toshiba, and Hewlett-Packard.
In 2001, the PC was all about the big beige box, Shuttle SV24 barebone is introduced with a toaster-size design for do-it-yourselfers that would push the limits of how much you could pack into a tight space. Set the record in the 15th greatest PC, the Shuttle is still the leading brand among miniPCs just now. Nowadays, Shuttle not only sells barebones but also fully hatched systems to market. For example, the Shuttle XPC G5 2100 has been tested as the Top 10 Desktop PC in PCWORLD.COM.
To read the 25 great PCs’ report, please go to: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,126692-page,2-c,systems/article.html
To read the 10 value desktop PCs and check out the XPC G5 2100, please go to: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,123848;page,1/article.html
[Shuttle XPC G5 2100]