Latest PC Shuttle case looks like… a Wii?

Shuttle XPC x100We all know that Nintendo's next-gen console, the Wii, is nothing less than inspiring, but in the avenue of the inspired, perhaps this might be the one which we would personally save up for. So, without much further ado, we introduce to you the Shuttle XPC System which features its latest X series.

So what's so nifty about this particular Shuttle case? Well, as we can see from the images that we have here, the X Series looks just Wii-fied to us. Not that it's a bad thing, really, especially since Shuttle was able to make their already-compact cases even MORE compact and a lot sleeker by basing their latest design on the case of the tiny Nintendo Wii.

According to the product page, "The X Series delivers plenty of wows with its small-form factor. It’s barely the size of a sheet of paper and only 2” tall. A welcome change of pace from the traditional tower computers, the X Series combines big-time performance with its aesthetic appeal."

Don't start underestimating this little guy just yet, though, as it packs quite a punch. Armed with an Intel Celeron M 1.6GHZ processor, 512MB of RAM, an 80GB HDD, and an ATI Mobility Radeon X1400 MXM Interface video card, this system is actually a whole lot more powerful than the console it was based on, so yes, you can play WoW and other games with demanding graphics requirements. Also, unlike the console which it takes it looks from, it will cost you at least US$ 799.00 to take this baby home, and US$ 999.00 if you want it to come with 1GB worth of RAM and 250GB worth of disk space. Ouch.

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Via Shuttle.com

Shuttle XPC x100We all know that Nintendo's next-gen console, the Wii, is nothing less than inspiring, but in the avenue of the inspired, perhaps this might be the one which we would personally save up for. So, without much further ado, we introduce to you the Shuttle XPC System which features its latest X series.

So what's so nifty about this particular Shuttle case? Well, as we can see from the images that we have here, the X Series looks just Wii-fied to us. Not that it's a bad thing, really, especially since Shuttle was able to make their already-compact cases even MORE compact and a lot sleeker by basing their latest design on the case of the tiny Nintendo Wii.

According to the product page, "The X Series delivers plenty of wows with its small-form factor. It’s barely the size of a sheet of paper and only 2” tall. A welcome change of pace from the traditional tower computers, the X Series combines big-time performance with its aesthetic appeal."

Don't start underestimating this little guy just yet, though, as it packs quite a punch. Armed with an Intel Celeron M 1.6GHZ processor, 512MB of RAM, an 80GB HDD, and an ATI Mobility Radeon X1400 MXM Interface video card, this system is actually a whole lot more powerful than the console it was based on, so yes, you can play WoW and other games with demanding graphics requirements. Also, unlike the console which it takes it looks from, it will cost you at least US$ 799.00 to take this baby home, and US$ 999.00 if you want it to come with 1GB worth of RAM and 250GB worth of disk space. Ouch.

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Via Shuttle.com

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