CeBIT product innovations from Shuttle in digital form: SeeIT On The Internet

Shuttle Inc., the market leader in the mini-PC segment and the manufacturer of Multi-Form-Factor solutions, presents many innovative products to a wide public for the first time in the context of CeBIT. Even without a real Shuttle trade fair stand, representatives of the press and interested parties have the possibility at a special Internet site to have a first look at the coming innovations for 2008.

"This year our innovations arrive in the office, at home and on any PC in the world without stress", explained Tom Seiffert, head of Marketing&PR at Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. "Many products are represented interactively and can thus be experienced from all sides in animated 360° views."

A total of six new products from the most varied areas are waiting to be discovered. From the Shuttle mini-PC barebone with Intel X48 Express chip set through new models suitable for AMD AM2+ processors to this year's highlight, the Shuttle Barebone K45, everything is being showcased. Shuttle's to date smallest mini-PC barebone, which is ideally suited for simple applications, makes mini-PC complete systems as of 199.- Euros realisable.

The "SeeIT On The Internet" area on the European Shuttle Internet site can be reached with the following link: www.shuttle.eu/SeeIT

Effective immediately, members of the press can enter the motto "SeeIT At Home" at presse@shuttle.eu and request a free USB stick with detailed information on all new products. Specialty traders should please send a mail with their request and the subject "SeeIT AtHome" to reseller@shuttle.eu.

(Limited quantities available. While supplies last.)


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