Shuttle is well known in the small form factor market and is becoming increasingly known for producing some cool all-in-one computers as well. Shuttle made its name producing barebones small form factor systems that appealed to gamers looking for a desktop computer that was easy to take to and from a LAN party.
Shuttle unveiled a slick new all-in-one computer today called the X500V that will make fans of open source operating systems happy. The machine is called the X50 All-in-One PC and ships with openSUSE Linux preinstalled.
The machine is very thin at only 3.6cm thick and comes in black or white colors. Hardware for the machine includes an Atom 330 dual core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 160GB of storage, a 15.6-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1366 x 768, a 1.3-megapixel webcam, speakers, and a memory card reader. The machine also has VGA out and integrated Wi-Fi. The system sells for 444 EUR and should make it to the U.S. at some point.