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    S-Presso

    Anyone seen a review or tried out this SFF from Asus.
    It looks nice but is it any good.

    http://www.asus.com/prog/spec.asp?m=S-presso&langs=01#

    Its on offer at Microdirect although I suspect its just the basic model not the Home theatre one ?

    http://www.microdirect.co.uk/Product...817&GroupID=85

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    S-Presso?

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    I really want a S-Presso S1-P111 that comes with touch screen and tv funtions etc. Doesnt seem to be available anywhere yet though Only the S1-P112 seems to in the shops and that has none of the cool features.

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    S-Presso S1-P111 got the instant on and the home theatre functions, i myself am looking for one, but cnt seem to find anyone selling then yet

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    I am seeing a lot of companies putting Instant on functionality in their products

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    Saw one of these at GuanHua markets in Taipei. Looks to be about twice the sie of a standard SFF. (specifically, it has a big fat arse)

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    as for it's size, it compares well to common sff's.. about 30-40mm's larger on the width and depth and a hair shorter on the height, even given the handle, when compared to shuttles smaller sff's.. and in fact smaller on all dimensions than some of the newer offerings from the same company.. definitely not twice the size.. maybe you were referring to the T-2 from asus? that's more of a mini-tower than a sff, but does have the instant-on features of the S1-P111.

    as for reviews, they've been fairly sketchy.. i've found a few favorable customer reviews, but they were short on details.. basically.. it's a sff system.. it doesn't rely on passive cooling, which tends not to work if you load it up.. the agp/pci slots are close together.. so if you plan on using a beast of an agp card.. it probably won't support the pci slot.. however, if you plan on using it as a home theatre system, i'd suggest giving it a try, it's fairly cheap, with a nice feature setup.. just don't expect it to perform as if it was a full blown sound system worth twice the price.. for the average home theatre system, or a portable gaming system.. it would perform quite well.

    link to a fairly good US site selling the S1-P111

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