Shuttle has introduced several new Slim PCs with the fanless XS35 mini-PC barebone series. The new systems are the third generation in the line, which launched in 2010. The devices are powered by Intel's Atom D2700 dual-core processor, which is clocked at 2.13 GHz. There are two SO-DIMM memory slots present on the motherboard, allowing for up to 4 GB of DDR3 memory to be added. The 36 mm thick chassis offers room to a single 2.5-inch hard disk or SSD, in addition to a slimline optical drive. A special adaptor can be used to substitute the slimline drive with a second 2.5-inch storage device.
Depending on the model, the XS35 can be equipped with Intel's GMA 3650 graphics chipset or a discrete GPU, such as AMD's Radeon HD 7410 graphics card in the XS35GTA V3. The system features a wireless network adaptor, Gigabit LAN and a memory card reader. Five USB 2.0 ports are also present.
Shuttle's XS35V3 barebone is available at € 205 (£164), while the XS35GTA V3 costs € 277 (£222).