LOS ANGELES, Calif. –Shuttle Computer Group has announced the release of what it claims as the most powerful system by far in the market – the Gaming Nano X1.
Shuttle is not a popular brand in the United States, but it has introduced the small form and barebone factor space in the global market. Gaming Nano X1 is its latest mini-machine that has the edge over its competitors.
The small but terrible system aims to provide space for gamers. It works with the newest Intel processors, the Kaby Lake-H. NVIDIA is the one responsible for its display graphics using the GeForce GTX 1060 model. The computer manufacturers noted that they would be adding several configurations soon.
Robert Garcia, Shuttle’s product manager, stated that the X1 has everything that gamers would want in a small form factor space. Its portability and plug and play features make it more enticing to players who compete on tournaments across the globe.
The product is the smallest in the world as of press time; it only measures 5.6 inches in length, 5.6 inches in width, and 3.4 inches by height. It may be physically small, but this mini monster actually allows the user to play latest games’ frame rates with Full HD precision. It also allows gaming with 4K titles.
Gaming Nano X1will be officially available in stores starting next month. The consumers have three models to choose from – models DKA1GH5, DKA1GH5PRO, and DKA1GH7.
The first model has a CPU made of Intel Core i5-7300HQ, with 1TB hard drive storage, 128GB of SDD, and 8GB memory, which would cost a little lower than $1,460. The second model, DKA1GH5PRO, has the same parts but has an SSD of 256GB, priced at $1,500 or less. The last model would be featuring an i7-7700HQ CPU core, an SSD of 265GB, and a 32GB memory for a little less than $1,700. This system series is surely a gamer’s dream come true.