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Tuesday, 21 August 2012 16:50

Shuttle XS35GTA V3 1.5L Barebone tested - Package and accessories

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Review: Atom D2700 coupled with Radeon HD 7410M graphics



Package and accessories

Shuttle ships the XS35GTA V3 in a simple cardboard box with a plastic handle. The package itself is not fancy but does feature all the necessary information regarding the product inside.

shuttle XS35 1

The chassis is well protected and placed next to another cardboard box that includes the rest of the accessories.

shuttle XS35 2

As you can see from the picture below, the accessory box features compartments that contain an external power adapter, stand for the barebone, installation disc and HDD mounting plate with screws.

shuttle XS35 3

The external PSU/power adapter is rated at 19V, 2.1A and according to Shuttle’s specification list, is rated at maximum 40W and has automatic voltage adjustment.

The XS35GTA V3 does not come with VESA mount which is actually an optional accessory, just as is an adapter for second 2.5-inch drive.


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