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Shuttle XS36V Slim Barebone PC (Intel Atom D525, 1 x 2.5 inch S-ATA, 2 x DDR3, HDMI, 4 x USB 2.0, Fanless Design, VESA Mount Support)


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  • 1.1L slim form factor
  • Intel Cedar Trail-D Platform
  • RS-232 Port (COM Port)
  • Fanless Design: Quiet and Dust-Free
  • VESA Mount Support
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.5 Kg
Product Dimensions36.1 x 16 x 20.1 cm
Item model numberXS36V
Processor Count1
Number of USB 2.0 Ports5
Number of VGA Ports1
Wattage40 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 132,712 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 Kg
Date First Available22 Feb 2012

Product Description

Product Description

The Shuttle XS36V is an extremely slim and ergonomic Mini PC that works highly energy-efficiently. With a power consumption that is barely worth mentioning, its noise level is close to zero. This PC platform is powered by an Intel Atom D2700 dual-core processor (2x 2.13 GHz) with integrated GMA 3650 graphics. Because of its completely fanless case layout, it is virtually maintenance-free and noiseless. The 36 mm thin case of the XS36V provides room for one 2.5in hard disk or SSD. WLAN (n) and a card reader are already built in. It sports an array of connectors too which include HDMI 1.3, DVI-D, D-Sub (VGA), 5x USB, Gigabit-LAN, audio ports and two RS232 COM ports for business and vertical Markets.

Designed as a space-saver, this sleek 1.3 litre nettop PC only measures 3.3 cm in width. It maximizes space whether it is placed upright using its stand or affixed to the back of a display with the optional VESA mounting kit. Due to its small size and flexible design, this practical nettop offers exceptional functionality. It is well-suited for professional applications like digital signage, POS system, POI terminals, control PC or office PC (e.g. thin client). Thanks to the serial ports you can connect appropriate POS displays, cash resister drawer or digital sensors. It is also possible to add an internal USB stick as a low cost storage device.

The Shuttle Barebone XS36V comes totally fanless making it perfect to be used in noise-sensitive environments such as living rooms, hospitals, libraries etc. As an additional benefit, fanless cases rarely gather dust on the inside and stay cleaner than others. So it’s not only quiet and low in energy use, but also dust-free and virtually maintenance free.

The integrated graphics supports multiple display support on up to two separate monitors via HDMI, DVI-D and D-Sub/VGA. This improves the capabilities and productivity of the user by allowing them to spread multiple windows over two monitors and view them simultaneously.

Box Contains

Barebone Systems
Power Adapter
Support Disk
Quick Installation Guide

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Hutty on 25 Feb 2013
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I have wanted a quiet pc for ages and this is perfect. I also find the size remarkable. I was glad of the opportunity to buy two 2gb cards at the same time. My local computer shop put it together for me along with a 120gb ssd and Windows 7, 32k. I am very satisfied with the result. Now I can, and do, make much more of my broadband service without the background noise! I can recomend it to anyone as a kit as long as you have the knowhow to put it together or give it to your local computer shop to do.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. R. Bastin on 21 July 2012
As advertised, it is completely silent! Not only that, it runs very cool when given light home server duties.
Shuttle claim Windows 7 64bit is not supported, but it's only because there is no graphics driver for it. As a home server, it's not going to be attached to a display most of the time so this isn't a problem. It loaded up Windows 7 64bit just fine for me.
Initially I thought the two serial ports on the front might make it look a little ugly, but it's OK because it comes with caps that cover them.
Windows performance index lists the CPU score as 3.8, while 4GB of DDR3 memory comes up as 4.8. Idle temperature is around 65C, it climbs 10-15C more when under full load, I thought this was rather impressive.
I strongly recommend using an SSD rather than a traditional mechanical disk, to fully take advantage of its low-power, low-hear and low-noise qualities.
I haven't tried this as a media player, but it claims it can playback HD video and has front-facing card reader and USB port, combine that with the silence and I would imagine it would be very suitable for this task as well.
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Does *not* work with Linux 26 Dec 2013
By Jeremy Cole - Published on
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Hardware looks and feels solid. The BIOS seems to have some interoperability problems with modern Linux. I gave up and bought a different machine.
Good Value, Excellent Performance 4 Dec 2012
By khanman - Published on
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Bought two of these for an industrial use. Got them with the recommended RAM and the Crucial 64GB SSD, and Win7 Pro system builder. A really sleek, nice looking PC, comes in at a great price for a fanless setup. Actually am thinking of getting more of these for around the office. Sub 500usd price for the quality components and size/weight can't be beat. Not the most powerful of systems, but can handle most office and general duty tasks.
Absolutely beautiful design, low power and silent, let down by poor graphics drivers 13 Nov 2012
By MWebb - Published on
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Shame on you Intel. For your poor support for the wonderful third-party GPU (graphics chip) you used in the Atom D2700. The GPU rocks in the ARM world - it produces fantastic video on tablets - but either Intel dropped the ball on their graphics driver (doing it in-house again instead of paying the GPU company they licensed the GPU from to do it right) or Windows is such a resource hog that it can't produce high frame rate, no dropped frames, stutter free video.

Come-on guys (Intel), if Roku can produce immaculate video on their $60 box, why to HTPC fans have to suffer with marginal to poor video on Atom powered HTPC's?

Win 8 is not the solution. Internet rumors said Intel was saving its heavy- graphics drivers guns for the Win 8 release, but when I installed Win 8 on an N2600 netbook, WEI (Windows Experience Index) scores plummeted down to 2.0 for both graphics categories - games and WIndows.

Maybe one of the HTPC Linux variations (XBMC?) will make this rock. But right now it is much better suited to a student doing homework (saves power bills at least) than to HTPC. I can't use XBMC because, well, I thought I'd use this for getting Hulu on the big screen. No can do, at least not enjoyably, bummer.
Shuttle XPC Computer 24 Oct 2012
By T. Kobayashi - Published on
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It is only a Windows 7 computer. I had XP ready to install. But I had to go out and buy Windows 7. Additional expense I didn't appreciate. Otherwise, it is a very good computer. I really like NOT having a fan. The last Shuttle I owned was fried when the cpu fan froze.
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