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Shuttle X50V2-02 Intel Atom D510 (Dual-core) Intel NM10 Intel GMA 3150 All-in-One PC Barebone

  • Intel Atom D510 (Dual-core)
  • Intel NM10
  • 2 slots
  • Intel GMA 3150
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General

Brand
Shuttle
Model
X50V2-02

CPU Supported

CPU Type
Intel Atom D510 (Dual-core)
FSB
667MHz

Chipset

North Bridge
Intel NM10

Memory Supported

Memory slot
2 slots
Max Memory Supported
4GB

Graphics

Onboard Video
Intel GMA 3150

Audio

Channel
2.1 channel

Communications

Wireless LAN
802.11n Wireless LAN

Front Panel Ports

Front Audio Ports
1 x MIC
Card Reader
4 in 1 (SD/MMC/MS/MS-pro)

Back Panel Ports

VGA
1 x D-Sub
Rear USB
4
RJ45
1
Rear Audio Ports
1 x Headphone
1 x Mic

Power Supply

Power Supply
Silent X 40W (PFC)

Physical SPEC

Dimensions
15.4" x 12.9" x 1.4"

Features

Features
All-in-One PC
15.6 inch; 1366x768 with Multi-Touch Panel
1.3M Webcam
Support up to 2GB x 2 DDR2 RAM
Support up to 500GB SATA II 2.5 HDD

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  • Brian J.
  • 3/19/2011 6:12:31 AM
  • Tech Level: Low
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsImpressive Special Application PC

Pros: The application for this system was to attach it in a kiosk style fashion to a lumbar extension machine for a physical therapy office. I needed an all in one PC with VESA mount, and this is the ONLY one I could find without getting into expensive industrial tablets. Very solid build and good enough for a slightly industrial application. Touchscreen (nice hard screen) works natively with XP pro sp3. This, PC combined with 2gb ram and Intel SSD yields a speedy nettop with NO moving parts and NO fans! This thing should run until it is old and defunct.

Cons: Screen has a bright blue stuck pixel right in the center of the screen. Of course, complete lack of instruction. Strange for a proprietary box from a big company like Shuttle. But that is what newegg reviews are for, people helping people! :)

Other Thoughts: To clear up the RAM confusion: It takes SO-DIMMs (laptop memory) and there are two slots. I used 2gb (1gb each) of DDR 667 SO-DIMMs and it works like a charm.

Disassembly and build took 10 min, 1 normal Phillips and one very small Philips. (Magnetic tip!)
1) Remove plastic cover on VESA mount (4 tabs, 2 top 2 bottom)
2) Remove VESA screws (4)
3) Remove cover screws at the corners of the case (4)
4) Remove HDD bay (4 small black screws)
5) Remove big flimsy aluminim shield (3 small black screws, but one of them has a wire washer so be aware of that)
6) Remove heavy metal shield (4 big screws)
7) Install SO-DIMM(s) There are 2 slots.
8) Reverse steps 6-1. It is easier to install the HDD before the large flimsy shield.
6) Remove

Other protips: You can install the AP control app to software control the LED light bar, wireless, sound, brightness, etc.

If you are using some type of *NIX system, you can set a lot of the software controlled stuff to "Always on" in t

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  • Aaron E.
  • 7/20/2010 4:59:56 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Good picture. Touch sensitivity is great. Doesn't get hot despite fan-less design.

Cons: Occasionally whatever key pressed will become 'stuck' and it repeats until the system is rebooted. Onboard wireless driver requires user to turn it on now and again.

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  • Omid B.
  • 6/13/2010 7:20:49 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent All in one

Pros: Low profile, reliable, snappy. Does not offend when looked at.

Cons: Awkward when opening the back for installing Memory and HDD. Too many screws to remove. No optical drive included (it would be easy to put a slot loader in if they wanted). Not enough built in USB ports although there is an extra header inside the case. Room for a built in Bluetooth inside but no options to install one internally.

Other Thoughts: Put in a 40GB intell SSD and it took off like a Banshee in WinXPPro. Would have stuck with XP if had teh tablet version available (MS never sold it to end users). Installed Win 7 Home Preminum which I leave on 24/7 and an occasional restart. At least a built in BT and a slot loader optical drive would've made this an ideal PC for a child/student. I have in my kitchen for quick internet access. There is plenty of room for extra USB/BT/DVD buikt ins. Maybe the next version will have it. I am showing to my hospital's IT guys to see if they want to go with this model. Ideal for MD's office. Screen a bit too small for XR viewing but definitely has enough horsepower to run most PACS/EMR solutions out there. Extremely energy efficiet and virtually silet (particularly with SSD). Have a mini BT dongle and BT mouse/Keyboard combo. If wasn't on my tail would get one for my Three year old son.

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  • Bryan S.
  • 5/14/2010 10:22:07 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood value

Pros: Quiet, runs relatively cool. Decent wifi, touchscreen works well. Has BIOS AHCI support.

Cons: "only" 10/100 LAN (j-micron chipset), onscreen switches for cam/wifi somewhat inconvenient. Limited BIOS options. XPP32bit with 4Gb RAM reports (a rather low) 2.99Gb free.

Other Thoughts: My overall experience in XPP is acceptable for casual internet usage. Switched to a low-end SSD which made it a little snappier. Screen is a bit dim, but can be mitigated somewhat using the color adjustment in the intel gma driver. Mine came with a stuck bright green pixel complete with a thumbprint smudge over it (?). A word of thanks to the reviewer below who included disassembly instructions. Newegg service was excellent as usual.

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  • Andreas J.
  • 5/14/2010 8:12:01 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSweet

Pros: Cheap touchscreen, works well with the right OS.

Cons: Wifi won't work with Win7 x64 and driver CD.

Other Thoughts: The Shuttle ControlApp is needed to turn on wifi, the device won't even show up without it. However, the drivers for it on the CD are not signed, so they won't install in Win7 x64 unless you turn off the driver signing requirement. There is a more up to date version of the drivers on Shuttle's web page that might work, I switched over to 32 bit instead.

So, either go 32 bit or make sure you use the latest stuff from the Shuttle page.

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  • John W.
  • 5/11/2010 9:01:20 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsWeak Intel

Pros: It's a cheap touch screen.

Cons: It's to DIM in a bright room, I had to RMA it because the Wireless card would work. (I would have kept it if they would have sent me a new one to try, but no way of knowing if it was the pci-e port or the wifi card itself.)

I bought the other barebones like this one as well. Not really any difference other than the D510 chip? 6 mhz faster? The graphics chip still only supports Clone and not Dual displays.

Other Thoughts: Intel GMA 3150 graphics chip still only supports Clone and not independent displays. I am no longer buying Intel video chipset cards because this is the 5th Intel computer I bought that fails to meet this requirement. NVidia ION is all I will buy from now on with the Atoms. I wish New Egg would put this in the specs so I don't waste money on it anymore.

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  • Roger R.
  • 4/17/2010 11:18:55 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNo POST/BIOS when turned on?

Pros: Received day after ordering from Newegg - amazing when they pull that off.

Cons: Shuttle docs are abysmal. This is a bare bones so you know people have to install RAM and disc drive. There are no instructions on how to disassemble it to do that.

Other Thoughts: Fortunately some nice folks left instructions based on what they found out by trial and error.

Before I disassembled, I powered it up and there was no display whatsoever. Blue power light is on, but no display back light, BIOS POST, logo or even a blinking cursor. I think it may be DOA. Will contact Newegg Monday morning for replacement.

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/14/2010 11:19:53 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEnergy Efficient

Pros: Unit is SUPER energy efficient, my KILL-O-WATT shows 27w with screen on and 18w with screen off. That's less than my MSI netbook!!!

Cons: Poor instructions, touchscreen (not multitouch) hard to view at certain angles (typical with touchscreens), web cam a little too close (needs to be wider). Wifi and Web Cam needs to be "turned on" every time I reboot. Can't boot from SD Card slot.

Other Thoughts: After my HP Touch Screen laptop crapped out on me, i bought this unit and moved the 4GB RAM and 500GB HD in there.

Although installation instructions weren't too good, it was very simple. Just remove screws here and there and it's pretty obvious what needs to be done. Anyone who has installed RAM or a HD in anything shouldn't have a problem. I installed Win 7 Ultimate via a USB DVD. No Problems. Then I set the install driver disk to auto install, no problems.

There is a SHUTTLE app that puts buttons on the screen to control screen brightness, blue light under the screen brightness, web cam on/off, wifi on/off, and LCD/VGAout. On a restart, you HAVE to access this app to turn on web cam and wifi EVERYTIME.

I'm a multimedia guy
web HULU-360p OK
web HULU-480p skips
HULU desktop - all video skips
720p MKV via VLC - skips
standard avi via VLC - OK
BOXEE beta - avi play fine

it stutters a lot on a 720p MKV file via VLC.

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  • AJ P.
  • 3/29/2010 8:20:56 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: * powerful processors for Atom platform
* good heat management
* decent graphics performance

Cons: * screen seems rather dim in ambient daylight
* no hardware switches for WLAN, webcam, screen brightness.
* very limited BIOS options (should have software switches for above features)
* only Windows drivers provided by Shuttle.
* Realtek's wireless drivers only works with 32-bit Linux
* 16:9 widescreen not necessarily the best for a touchscreen application -- 4:3 would look better (this is an industry problem).

Still working on the details, and expect that the manufacturers will sort out their bugs, but wanted to post a review to help others decide.

Other Thoughts: I bought this for a kitchen PC to mount on the wall next to our intercom. The goal was to keep the price low, so I attempted to install Linux so I don't have to buy a Windows license. It took me a while to figure out that I need to dual-boot Windows anyway to run the software to turn on the WLAN and webcam, then do a soft reboot into Linux. Once the PC is shut down, I have to reboot into Windows to restore the settings. Hopefully Shuttle comes out with a Linux utility or a BIOS configuration to permanently turn them on.

Installed Ubuntu 10.04 Beta, but the wireless and touchscreen drivers did not work out of box. The default r8192se_pci driver could not detect my WEP router -- I had to download and compile the latest. For the touchscreen, I downloaded and installed the driver for eGalax -- couldn't get evtouch to calibrate the system (may be the new version of Ubuntu -- HAL is deprecated). Spent a lot of time trying to get 64-bit Linux working, had to give up and go with 32-b

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  • Charlie P.
  • 3/19/2010 4:03:25 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsHappy with product, unhappy with spec sheet

Pros: 1. Fanless but doesn't seem to run hot. Same goes for power adapter.

2. Very competitive with other low cost touch all in one nettops in both price and features.

3. I'm not experienced in small form factor construction, but the inside seems pretty elegant given all the things expected of the system, though there was a lot of stuff to remove to install ram and a hdd. Make sure to remove the screws under the handle!

Cons: 1. I checked the manufacturers spec sheet download before purchase and the one place they talked about the kind of memory it uses, they explicitly stated the memory capacity in dimms. This surprised me, but I figured Shuttle's writer knew the difference in common terminology between dimm and sodimm, so I went ahead and bought some of the big 240 pin stuff. Needless to say, I bought the wrong ram. My own ignorance about small form factors is partly to blame, but I think it's their job to tell me what to use on the blasted spec sheet. I may be a dolt, but I do at least try to find and follow directions.

2. Ubuntu 9.10 isn't very compatible with it atm, not that I consider this the product's responsibility, it's not rated for anything but windows after all. But I do think it's worth noting since the kind of person who buys barebones systems is the kind of person who might want a budget linux pc.

Other Thoughts: Ubuntu 9.10 was hard to install, but I was able to do so by editing a config file to run the usb in minimal graphics mode. My only problems left to tackle are the wireless, the graphics driver, and to a lesser extent the touchscreen, though I do have that partly working by installing the "Calibrate Touchscreen" package. If Ubuntu doesn't pan out, I can always chuck XP on it, so no big deal.

I bought this to have a small linux touchscreen pc for the kitchen. Among other things, I plan to load contact info, recipes, etc, plus call people to dinner from anywhere with a messaging program. When not in use it can spin down the hard drive and double as a digital picture frame. The size is perfect for our counter. I'll be quite happy with this purchase once I get the bugs worked out.

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