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    Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    Tiny Oculus ready PC systems with up to an Intel Core i7-7700HQ and Nvidia GTX 1060.
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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    I used to be a Shuttle fan until they took an arrow to the knee.


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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    THE price is for a similar gaming laptop....No thanks.

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    ^^^ I was just about to say what he said, why not just go for a laptop instead?

    I also shudder to think how long a 3GB 1060 will keep up with ever increasing texture resolutions...

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    desktop all the way .. I like to upgrade and cant aford a whole new unit at a time.


    ............ why would anyone buy this? or a laptop?............. ughhh !

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    ............ why would anyone buy this? or a laptop?............. ughhh !
    Portability and portability only, but yeah I think most gamers would rather just game at home on a desktop (like me), especially as the gaming industry has effectively killed off LAN parties.

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilCycle View Post
    Portability and portability only, but yeah I think most gamers would rather just game at home on a desktop (like me), especially as the gaming industry has effectively killed off LAN parties.
    This is not a patch on the old Shuttles and I owned a few.


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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    One of those external GPU docks with an HQ laptop chip/AMD equivalent squeezed in somewhere would be nice. Enough CPU to run games, and a full size GPU.

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    That guy could not sell water to a thirsty man.

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    'I can mug somebody with this' - great sales pitch dude.
    Grab that. Get that. Check it out. Bring that here. Grab anything useful. Take anything good.

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    I would thing the 1060 with only 3 gb will hurt it

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    Re: Shuttle launches Gaming Nano X1 Series mini PCs

    Shuttle need to shove that new 1080 mini from Gigabyte in this. God only knows what that would do to the price though.

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