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    new range from shuttle

    does anybody know anything about the new range that is coming out, i.e when will they be out to buy !!! i so badly want one its not funny !

    http://sg.vr-zone.com.sg/index.php?i=5019


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    lol @ bling ones! Good to see some of them back to the old small size though. Did the Hexus.tv bit on Shuttle say anything?

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    hexus tv?

    i emailed shuttle and at a rough guess they are saying 2 months


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    http://www.hexus.tv/show.php?show=107

    Funny little bit of filming...

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    cheers! great news. i just cant afford to wait 2 months lol


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    I have my eyes on the SN68SG2 which the Shuttle press release said would be available early August. Hope so, I was about to order an SN22SG2 when supplies just dried up. I hope this new replacement is just as cheap.

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    i am after the best shuttle to be released


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    Im laughing at the Blinage...

    I like the look of the black ones though, ive always wanted a shuttle.

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    Some of these look ok, but im not overly impressed with the new range. Its kinda the same as these D&G mobile phones .. i mean nwhy?

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    The only problem with Shuttle these days is the price. I got an SN45G for £120 years ago now, now they're mostly £200+ - a lot to pay for a case, mobo and PSU. DTX will hopefully provide some better options if it ever becomes retail...

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    Re: new range from shuttle

    Quote Originally Posted by shuttleproblems View Post
    Be careful...

    View this thread before you buy.

    http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=43247
    for goodness sake you'll be telling us next to watch out for prescotts bursting into flames, that thread is 2 years old, so long ago I forgot I had added to it

    I've owned at least 4 shuttles since then and just bought an SG31G2, no probs whatsoever with it, I cant comment on Codice's computer hardware skills, but listing that particular thread hardly constitutes a "warning" does it ?
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    Re: new range from shuttle

    For goodness sake, I am just trying to look out for you and everyone else Stephen. Although your post was 2 years old, my experience with Shuttle was less than 2 months old. Nice machines, for the first 6 months, but after that they begin to go all downhill from there. I hope that you never experience any issues with your 4 machines. But,... if you do,... be sure to tell Armando and Nick at Shuttle-US that I said hello. They are the only two people who work there (this at a global company = strange), and they will be happy to run you around in circles until your head spins. If not, ...hopefully, you can call another location in the UK. And I assume that since you've had them for at least 2 years that you'll be out of warranty. Don't forget to ask for extra sand and for them to at least kiss you first. And then, at that point,... you'll think of me.

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    Re: new range from shuttle

    you've obviously had a painful and traumatic Shuttle experience, but from my perspective you are over-reacting and trying to put people off with a wholly singular experience.

    like all consumer goods some people get a bad one, but you need to be more subjective and avoid the impulse to don your armour and mount the closest white horse

    in a ideal world nothing would go wrong and pc parts would last forever, unfortunately they don't and there's no point in over-reacting without genuine and fact based specific instances of "not fit for purpose" to back you up.

    I see nothing to suggest Shuttle are any better or worse than the majority of well known manufacturers

    merely posting for balance
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