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    Core Duo 2 Shuttle?

    Hi,

    Do we know when we might get these and how much a barbones system would cost?

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    do you mean core duo or core 2 duo??
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    sorry core 2 duo

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    I think that be the SD37p2 you be after..it due out in August

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    I bet they will be expensive, the top end shuttles are already £300+. Can't really justify the price myself. I recently put one together for my friend and the heat produced inside is a big problem.

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    The new sn27p2 is just out and cost about £330 inc vat..so I hope it around that price..but we shall see...still I stupid enough to pay it...after all I have the shuttle for a good few years...lol

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    Cheers lads, i'll wait to see how much they price it at. It's for the GF so i might get her an iMac. All depends on whats better value for money.

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    the mac minis are pretty slick little machines ... GF friendly too
    good discounts for students if you fall into that category?

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