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Shuttle XS35-702

Shuttle XS35-702
alaScore 86

97 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 97 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the reliability. The usability also gets good feedback.

value for money, usability, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Shuttle XS35-702 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 97 reviews)

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Shuttle XS35-702

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 11 user reviews of Shuttle XS35-702 from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktop Computers on Amazon.co.uk.

value for money, usability

55% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Shuttle - XS35GT - USFF - 1 x Atom D510 1.66 GHz - RAM 0 MB - no HDD - NVIDIA Next Generation ION - WLAN : 802.11b g n - Monitor : noneShuttle XS35-702 Slim CPU - BlackShuttle XS35 Series Second Bracket for 2.5 inch Hard Drive

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Amazon.com review summary for Shuttle XS35-702

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 user reviews of Shuttle XS35-702 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Desktops on Amazon.com.

value for money, usability

89% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: SHUTTLE Intel Atom D2700 2.13GHz Intel NM10/ A and V and GbE/ 40W Slim PC Barebone System, Black XS35V3Shuttle Ultra Slim Barebone Atom with D510 Dual Core Processor, 2 GB RAM 320 GB SATA II 2.5 HDD and Optical Drive and 40W Power Adapter XS35-704 (Blac

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Shuttle XS35 review

 

When is a barebones nettop not a barebones nettop? The answer is when it comes with a hard disk and memory installed. The XS35 has both of these, yet it's still not a complete PC, as there's no operating system on its hard disk, and it doesn't even...

Neither a complete PC, nor a true barebones, it’s a pity that Shuttle aren’t selling the XS35 without components.

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Shuttle XS35

 

A tiny desktop computer, but it comes without Windows Shuttle’s XS35 is a tiny desktop PC. Only a few years ago we reviewed similarly sized products that contained just a DVD writer: the XS35 ...

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works great

 

puppy linux is a tiny distro that runs in memory so running this machine as a silent headless and HDD/SDD-less with just some ram and a USB drive is entirely do-able. I just added a couple USB Tbit external drives and a couple USB printers and I have a...

Needed to replace an ancient fanless via800 print/file server for my network. 24/7 reliability, low power consumption, and the ability to reboot itself were at the top of my list. I bought this with 4gb ram and a 8gb usb drive. Initially it would not...

dual monitors would be icing on the cake. my setup only worked using "ide" mode bios setting with my sata II ssd

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Versitile

 

I use these as terminals for QuickBooks Point Of Sale running WinXP as well as web servers and desktop workstations running Linux. Excellent for these uses.

Small, quiet, easy to configure

Only single-head display. The nVidia upgrade video card is a daughter card and disables the on-board Intel graphics card; dual-head would be nice

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The Only Consumer "No Moving Parts" x86 PC on Earth

 

I can't believe some of the "expert" technology people who are complaining because they bricked it with a bootleg bios, fail to recognize is the only consumer device you can buy that has no internal fan or other moving parts unless you're willing to...

I bought this bundled with 4 GB 1333 MHz memory, Crucial Force 60 GB SSD for $270, all in. It has no moving parts. Absolutely silent. The build quality is outstanding – all metal inside and out except for the front trim piece. Both RAM and SSD just...

The only con is that it took so long for this to drop down to $170. Prop in a SATA III (for new upgraded reliability – this only has SATA II connectors.) You know the size of a medium length hardcover novel? That is how big this is. I guess my only...

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So far, so good...

 

Installed WinXP Pro w/SP3 in a breeze, No freezes or BSoD, no problems at all. I'm building this one to replace the one I built for my mom in 2002 (which is still running fine, BTW - just time to downsize the parts and get better style) and I wanted to...

Silent as death, very compact, doesn't get very hot, easy to take apart and install components, low power consumption, well-ventilated. Streamed Netflix through it to my 60" Sony it played at 1080p beautifully via a Clearwire USB WIFI device. I was...

Silent as death (LOL - I can hear myself breathe), no HDMI, power button pushes in harder than it should, HDD activity light is very bright and blinks too much, no USB 3.0. If you don't install an internal CD drive or second HDD, the unit is slightly...

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Practically flawless

 

It supports 2GB memory, which is plenty for me, but with the BIOS update it is allegedly possible to use 4GB.

It is my desktop machine. I installed SSD into it, rendering it completely silent (leading to a discovery of various near-silent noises made by other equipment in the room). With Ubuntu and fluxbox it is superfast for webbrowsing/text editing/film...

The Ethernet port does not "click". That means that a smallest pull on the the Ethernet cable disconnects the Internet. But it happens only seldom. Similar problem with the VGA port: no thread for the screws to secure it in place

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Works Great as a lightweight Linux server

 

I am thinking about using another of these boxes to run as a MythTV frontend. Just haven't pulled the trigger yet.

I bought this unit to install as a Linux server. It has functioned flawlessly for about a year now, running nightly backups of the local network and syncing that data to a remote server. The quite design makes it nice for a home office environment

The network card does not play nice out of the box when installing Ubuntu. I would guess this is the case with other Linux distros as well. I used a USB network adapter for the first install so that I could add the appropriate software for the...

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Great buy

 

Loaded with Ubuntu, it's lean and fast. Not a media powerhouse, but with Chromium browser it's an excellent internet box. Can't beat the price

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Great little system

 

I read a couple reviews here and seems that others are having issue with the wifi. Easy setup and the bios is very generic. Wifi can be enable or disable in bios and works very well. Haven't seen any issue yet. Running the box for a magic jack voip...

Low cost and reasonable price

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