To celebrate AMD’s Athlon 64 launch, Shuttle is serving up a new cube to help ease small form factor enthusiasts into the 64-bit world. The SN85G4 is the world’s first 64-bit small form factor system, but there’s more to it than that; the SN85G4 is also the first cube to use Shuttle’s new “G4″ faceplate, and the first in Shuttle’s XPC line to integrate a memory card reader.
.. At the end of the day, the SN85G4 proves that Shuttle isn’t shy about pushing its XPC line of small form factor systems along the bleeding edge of processor and chipset technology. The XPC line isn’t quite as feature-packed as MSI’s MEGA or Abit’s DigiDice, but it might be a while before those systems embrace the Athlon 64. By then, who knows what Shuttle’s latest XPC systems will be sporting
Published in: Hardware on 2003-09-25