Taiwan-headquartered Shuttle is at it again, doing what it does best. The company, which specializes in small form factor (SFF) computers and barebones, has announced two new diminutive barebones. The new XH81 and XH81V are, per the company, “compact 3L media players” that are ideal for kiosks, vending machines, digital signage and POS applications.
Shuttle has quite the long resume in small form factor and barebones systems, and the company's newest offering is the XH61, a 3-liter PC that's barely 7cm high, yet is able to lug around Intel's Sandy Bridge architecture. The compact case measures 24.2cm (D) x 20cm (WH) x 7.3cm (H) and has enough space for an optical Slimline drive and 2.5-inch solid state drive (SSD) or hard disk drive (HDD).