Small PC are all the rage these days, even if Apple has had most of the attention directed its way recently thanks to its Mac mini. But if Apple is the new Earth Mother of the small scale PC, Shuttle is the Godfather - and its time for the big payback.
While a Mac mini is good for your email and your shopping, if you want a system that's discreet but still hardcore enough that you can play the latest games on it, youâ€™ll need a PC. Shuttleâ€™s SN25P barebone is packed with tech that should have gamers salivating. Based on nVidiaâ€™s new all conquering nForce4 chipset, the barebone system features a 1GHz Hyper-Transport bus and PCI Express to deliver serious performance using an AMD Athlon 64 processor.
Not only that but the P-type aluminium chassis looks sleek and moody and features an integrated 8-in-1 card reader.
The system is so new itâ€™s not yet available in Europe but weâ€™ve got one to give away to a lucky reader. Weâ€™ll also be reviewing one in the near future, so be sure to come back for that. Please note, this is a barebone system so youâ€™ll need to bring your own CPU, memory and hard disks.
If you want to win one you need to answer the question below, which assuming your not lost in reminiscence of chipsets past, wonâ€™t be too taxing.
This competition is closed.
You will however, need to be registered in our forums (please have cookies enabled in your browser).
The closing date for the competition is 10 April 2005 and is not open to employees of TrustedReviews or Shuttle.
Please note the competition is only open to European Union (EU) residents, so check your country is a member before entering! The winner will be drawn at random and announced in the forum.