Shuttle isn't about to take on the likes of Hewlett-Packard, Acer, and Dell, but the company is looking to carve out a respectable slice of the mobile market. In 2010, Shuttle shipped over a million notebooks, and in 2011, the company hopes to ship 20 percent more, DigiTimes reports .
The way Shuttle plans to do that is through its new ' Build to Request ' program, which "provides multiple options which can be tailor-made by customer request in terms of key parts, operating system, and peripherals of a mobile device." This includes notebooks, netbooks, tablet PCs, and even all-in-ones (AIOs).
With Shuttle's new program, OEMs and ODMs can custom configure just about every last detail, everything from the LCD screen and OS to the chassis design.