Shuttle: From barebones to full-featured PCs

By Julio Franco
Mar 17, 2004
  1. Taiwanese computer maker Shuttle, a company that is best known for its line of small form-factor XPC bare-bones PCs, plans to start selling fully configured PCs in the U.S. from next month, the company says.

    Shuttle has seen sales of its XPC sales soar in recent years, from 34,000 units in 1999 to around 500,000 units in 2003. The company hopes to extend this growth by offering fully configured versions of the XPC that are targeted at mainstream computer users.

    Read more: PC World.
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