Shuttle XVision X50 All-In-One Atom 330 PC video review



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The Shuttle XVision X50 is arguably a better looking version of the Asus Eee Top all-in-one PC and it packs in a dual-core Atom processor to boot. However, the touchscreen itself is difficult to use and Shuttle hasn't provided any finger-friendly optimisations for the Windows OS, making it nearly impossible to use without a keyboard and mouse, thus negating the touchscreen. It doesn't help that the X50 is actually more expensive than the Eee Top, as well.

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jps IT

May 22, 2009, 3:45 pm

Locks, oh luscious Locks, where have you gone? Oh for for video reviews with Locks.... (I guess they can be grown again)



May 22, 2009, 4:15 pm

Glad to here a review is coming for the eee top (the first of these all in one nettops) as I want one for the kitchen - probably put windows 7 on though. On the talk of eee's the 1000hv with discrete graphics on engadget and I thought there was a 1008ha review - thats the possible eee for me.


May 22, 2009, 4:40 pm

"Sadly there's no video inputs so you can't, for instance, plug in a TV tuner to turn this into a small all-in-one entertainment system"

That isn't strictly true, you could add a USB tuner, although access to a TV point would still be required, or even better hook this up to an IP based tuner system like HDHomeRun. You could even use it to just watch TV recorded by a main Media Center machine which would work great in our household for the kitchen.

James Morris

May 22, 2009, 8:24 pm

You could stream to it from a Slingbox too.


May 23, 2009, 1:12 am

or iPlayer... or 4oD... or Hulu when they get to these shores...

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