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    Shuttle release TFT monitors

    Elmshorn - 23. July 2004 - As from today, the first models of the TFT produced by Shuttle will be on sale. "We are very pleased to have launched a further product range in addition to the mainboards and XPCs", explains Bastian Fröhlig, PR Manager of Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH.

    The XP17 was specially developed for the XPC and offers superb design and performance for all application areas. The Shuttle TFT provides a 1280 x 1024 resolution. A 16 milliseconds' response time guarantees rapid representation for games and films. The integrated DVI input ensures digital signal transfer without loss. Combined with the pivot function, which enables the monitor picture to turn 90 degrees, the Shuttle XP17 is also extremely suitable for layout and graphic work.

    In addition to the technical data, the XP17's individual design in XPC style is excellent. An aluminium frame with stable integrated handles makes it easy and safe to move around. An optional bag (PF50) is available, which also protects the TFT from damage. The XP17 is set up on a robust board that's easy to adjust and takes up little room. It not only looks good, it saves space as well. Those who want to use all their desk space can install the optional wall mount, which corresponds to the standard VESA and ensures the TFT is stable.

    "After 12 months' work, our design team has produced a really fantastic product", explains Bastian Fröhlig, adding that "The XP17 completes the overall picture on the desk at home or in the office."

    The Shuttle XP17 is immediately available in black and silver.

    Specifictation: http://eu.shuttle.com/xp17.htm#tftmonitor
    High resolution images: http://eu.shuttle.com/print_xp17.htm#monitorxp17


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    Looks kinda Apple-like doesn't it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoo
    Looks kinda Apple-like doesn't it..
    So it has style then

    Liking the carrying handle, not a big LAN person myself but I can understand its usefulness.

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    Looks like a great monitor. How much will these be retailing at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apex
    Yuck......
    You have to be kidding, they are gorgeous.

    I don't know how much they will retail at but they are very very nice to look at.
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    Am not kidding it looks horrid.



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    Each to their own and all that personally i think the designs great. Suits not just shuttles which is why i would have one in a flash if the price is right

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    Shuttle XP17 TFT Silver £399 exc.vat
    Shuttle XP17 TFT Black £399 exc.vat

    The protective bag for the dislpay is a nice touch though.

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    Nice idea, but I preffer my monitors face on to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoDa
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    Shuttle XP17 TFT Silver £399 exc.vat
    Shuttle XP17 TFT Black £399 exc.vat

    The protective bag for the dislpay is a nice touch though.
    Thats a bit steep tbh

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    Very very steep, when you can get a good 17"tft for almost half the price.

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    Costs kinda Apple like too but hopefully the price will come down once the novelty has worn off.

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    Yeah, reminds me of apples design.
    Looks good for travelling but, personally not my favourite but I could get used to it if
    1) It was cheaper
    2) I was given it by some kind person
    I wish

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    Lovely looking and performing monitor by the sound of things but at that price its not doing anything other manafacturers have done better im afraid. £300 i would probably be tempted... way over the odds

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    nice idea, but i dont like it for some reason, and its way to overpriced
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