- Product Dimensions: 33 x 16.2 x 25.2 cm ; 2.1 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 2.2 Kg
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- Item model number: XS35V3
- ASIN: B007UZPGA2
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 April 2012
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 542,073 in Electronics & Photo (See Top 100 in Electronics & Photo)
SHUTTLE Slim XS35V3 Barebone Case for PC (Intel Atom D2700, 2x DDR3 SODIMM, 1x S-ATA, Intel NM10, Wifi, HDMI, 4-In-1 Card Reader)
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- The Cedar Trail-Powered Nettop
- Dual Display Support
- Fanless Design- Quiet, Dust-Free, and Energy-Efficient
- VESA Mount Capability
- Generous supply of I/O ports
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The Shuttle XS35 V3 comes with Intel® Atom™ Processor D2700 based on Intel’s next generation Cedar Trail platform which carries dual processing cores and integrated graphics Intel® GMA 3650 to support Full HD, and all within a 10W TDP. The slim PC XS35 V3 is designed as a space saver that fits easily into any environment with the ability to be mounted behind a LCD TV or LCD monitor with VESA mount capability. Using passive cooling, the XS35 V3 is quieter than most desktop computers. It’s not only quiet and low in energy use, but also dust-free and virtually maintenance free. It delivers new capabilities and increased performance to the entry level desktop segment.
The Intel® Atom™ Processor D2700 delivers low power, enabling small, quiet desktops in new places around the home. The Intel Atom processor, combined with the Intel® NM10 Express Chipset, offers best-in-class capabilities. Getting online, having fun and getting things done are just like a breeze.
The new generation of Intel® Atom™ Cedar Trail platform integrated the Intel® GMA 3650 vastly increased the graphics performance to 2x faster than the previous Atom™ version and support full MPEG2 (VLD / iDCT / MC), WMV, HW decode / acceleration for MPEG4 Part 10 (AVC/H.264) & VC-1; 720p60, 1080i60, 1080p@24 up to 20Mps.
The XS35 V3 supports HDMI and D-sub dual monitor video outputs which allow users to switch between mirrored and extended desktop mode on external displays. Designers and those in other professions can get more work done and has an increase in productivity.
It’s a conventional way using a fan as a cooling solution to dissipate heat away inside a computer. It usually generates noise, draws dust into the system as well as takes up the inner space. The Shuttle XS35 V3 is completely fanless to ensure the passively cooled, quiet, dust-free and low in energy use operating environment.
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Now for the OS - you have a few choices and it depends on one thing - do you want dual screen output? If the answer is Yes, then you must install Windows 7 32 bit. I have had a few Linux distros running on this machine (Lubuntu 13.04, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Wary Puppy 5.5, Fedora 18) and could not get the OS to recognise the 2nd display. I could use either HDMI (into my DVI monitor) or VGA but not both simultaneously. I wanted an extended dual screen setup and only Windows 7 was able to give me this. The latest drivers from the Intel website are version 18.104.22.1681.
I have not built this machine as a media server, but as a regular everyday-use machine, for which it is perfect. It runs JRiver media center (sic) for music files perfectly. Internet browsing, etc, all fine. The Windows experience scores are: processor=3.5, memory=5.1 (was 5.0 with 2 gig installed), graphics=5.9, gaming graphics=3.3, primary hard disk=5.8 (standard 5400 rpm laptop drive WD Blue). i.e. overall score=3.3 but then this isn't supposed to be a gaming rig!
Personally I'd recommend it, it's small, almost quiet (probably totally quiet with an SSD) and has a good set of connections (USB etc). I was slightly annoyed at not being able to get *buntu etc to run with 2 monitors, but Windows 7 runs perfectly adequately for my needs, and I suspect for most PC users out there.
To begin with, I'm very pleased with the build quality of the device. Easy to install SODIMM memory and SATA SSD or HD and it is truly silent with totally passive cooling and no whirring fans. Perfect.
Installing Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04 in dual boot mode was simple enough and both were usable. The intention was to run Windows 7 for Netflix and/or Lovefilm (which require Microsoft Silverlight) and Ubuntu for XBMC, iPlayer and general web-browsing etc. Sadly this plan had to be abandoned for a Windows-only installation, but that's not a disaster. I'll explain why this was necessary.
Firstly, you are restricted to Windows 7 32-bit because of inadequate support from Intel for the GMA 3650 "Cedarview" graphics chipset. That is quite literally the ONLY OS version you can currently use - no support for Windows 7 64-bit, Win XP, Vista or Windows 8 preview. You can also forget Linux at present, as the Cedarview graphics driver development is rudimentary and I haven't yet been able to get this to provide any VAAPI acceleration in the likes of VLC, so full HD playback is a non-starter.
Even on Windows 7, the latest graphics drivers released for GMA 3600-series (22.214.171.1245 as of 26/09/2012) are buggy with XBMC 11 "Eden" and result in flickering and black screen on playback. Turning off DXVA2 acceleration allowed playback, but obviously increased the load on the CPU and jerky rendering in HD.
However, it's possible to get XBMC working by installing a later version of the GMA 3600-series drivers (126.96.36.1993 here -> [...]). Although these are nominally released only for the "Intel® Desktop Board" D2500 and D2700 series systems, these use the same chipset as the XS35V3 and do actually work. I'm not sure why Intel haven't released these for the generic GMA 3600 graphics driver line as they are obviously a later version of the same development line and just refer to Atom D2x00 series chipsets in their readme documentation. My thanks to SausageKing on the XBMC forums for this fix ([...])
I'm happy now that I've got it working to my satisfaction, but it was harder work than I would have liked, and very disappointing that Linux drivers are not yet in a working state. Maybe those will develop and mature in time, but at present it's Hobson's choice of Win 7 32-bit or nothing.
For the above reason, I can only give this 4 stars.
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Original review: Iam a computer enthusiast and have built many computers prior to this (and from scratch, too, not with the processor and motherboard already paired). I have never had as much trouble setting up a new machine. Ultimately I had to find a download for 32 bit Win7 and start over from scratch to get the proper video driver installed.
I was also unable to find the right size DVD drive to fit in this bay. It is smaller than a full desktop, but larger than a laptop bay.
I will need to accomplish further research to find a quiet barebone system which will meet my needs.