Well-known mini-PC manufacturer Shuttle has reportedly just announced the new Slim PC model XS35. This one comes with an Intel Atom D2700 dual-core processor, but it has AMD’s Radeon HD 7410M graphics card to help deliver acceptable 3D graphics.
D2700 is a dual-core Cedar Trail processor with HyperThreading enabled, that can handle four threads with modest performance.
It comes with a single-channel DDR3 memory controller that can work with DDR3-800 MHz memory.
Shuttle’s Slim PC XS35 is a completely fanless device that is certified for full 24-hour use and comes complete with an optional ODD bay for a slim DVD or Blu-Ray drive.
Maximum power consumption is rated at 27 watts, and there are two SO-DIMM slots along with one 2.5” HDD bay.
Pricing is slated at €172 excluding the value added tax. This is about $214 for the American buyers.
The XS35GTA V3 model coming with AMD
’s Radeon HD video card is priced a little higher, at €233 ($290).