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The Shuttle X100 Ultra Small PC has gotten some changes and some finalized specs since we last looked at it in February.

The 1.83GHz Core Duo PC makes it even more powerful than the Mac Mini (1.5 and 1.66GHz). which is actually bigger than this device. Not many PC makers can claim that they're smaller than Apple. Sorry, got my sizes mixed up. Thanks Andrew!


The other specs: a standard 3.5-inch disk drive that can hold 250GB or more of data, slot-loading DVD player, ATI Mobility Radeon X1400, 256MB DDR2 RAM, external 120W power supply and an internal USB socket in front.

The X100 should be available next month for around $1,000, depending on your specs.

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