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The electronics industry supply chain is facing a number of issues due to the ongoing pandemic. Companies are unable to meet product demand, and are being forced to fine-tune their product distribution strategies. Intel's Panther Canyon NUC was announced at CES 2021, with no official pricing or availability information. Yesterday, Intel provided some updates with the rather disappointing news that the Panther Canyon NUC family will only be distributed in the Asia-Pacific region. The other markets will still get a wide range of Tiger Lake-based NUC products such as the NUC11 Pro (Tiger Canyon), Compute Element (Elk Bay), and the dGPU-equipped NUC11 Enthusiast (Phantom Canyon). Intel is citing tight supply of a few third-party components as the cause for the APAC-only focus of Panther Canyon...

Exclusive: SLI Head-to-Head: Monarch Micro-ATX vs. Shuttle SFF

We have an exclusive first look at the latest micro-ATX SLI system from Monarch Computers, and we'll be comparing it with Shuttle's SN26P. Read on to find out just...

13 by Jarred Walton on 3/6/2006

Updated: AOpen MiniPC – Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

(Update: Noise benchmarks retested.) Was your first thought on seeing the Mac Mini, "I wish it could run Windows"? If so, AOpen might have a product that will...

54 by Jarred Walton on 3/3/2006

HP DX5150 – OEM plus AMD

Not everyone wants to build their own PCs. If you're running a business, it can make sense to buy an OEM PC. So, what about businesses that want an...

48 by Jarred Walton on 12/14/2005

Inside Microsoft's Xbox 360 - A Tour of the 360's Motherboard

It's the Friday before the retail launch of the Xbox 360, and what better way to kick it off than with a detailed tour of the motherboard.

29 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/18/2005

Inside Microsoft's Xbox 360

Updated! With anticipation and excitement building, we got our first Xbox 360 in house and of course, took it apart. Now with HDD disassembly instructions and pictures!

91 by Anand Lal Shimpi, Kristopher Kubicki & Tuan Nguyen on 11/16/2005

Shuttle XPC M1000 - HTPC Done Right?

Shuttle's latest offering is a system designed solely for the HTPC market. Read on to find out if this newcomer has what it takes to find a place...

35 by Jarred Walton on 10/17/2005

AnandTech Exclusive: Sun's sub-$1000 SunFire X2100 Server

What happens when Sun releases an entire server line aimed at the whitebox server market, and hits dead on?

24 by Kristopher Kubicki on 9/12/2005

SFF Roundup, Socket 939 Systems

Our latest Small Form Factor roundup includes all of the currently shipping 939 systems. We'll look at the newest Shuttle ST20G5 system based on the ATI Radeon Xpress...

29 by Jarred Walton on 8/10/2005

A Look at Solaris 10 and Sun's Dual Core Fire V40z

Eight physical processors in a 3U server! Sun takes the 'entry server' to new extremes but proves a design win for AMD and Sun.

47 by Kristopher Kubicki on 6/29/2005

System Review – PC-Club Silencer

Not everyone likes to build their own PCs, as it takes time and effort. Sometimes, it's just easier to pay someone to do it for you. PC-Club has sent...

22 by Jarred Walton on 3/28/2005

SFF Review - Shuttle XPC SN25P

We've been working on several other roundups, but we felt that you might like an "express" review of the latest Shuttle XPC. Featuring socket 939 and PCI Express...

30 by Jarred Walton on 3/8/2005

Sun Fire V40z: Four Opterons in a 3U

Take a virtual tour through Sun's best of breed, four-way Opteron entry-level server.

38 by Kristopher Kubicki on 2/22/2005

SFF Roundup, Part I: Socket 478 and 754 Systems

Our SFF section is about to get new life as we have several roundups on the way in the next several weeks. We're starting out with some of...

32 by Jarred Walton on 2/15/2005

Sun's W2100z Dual Opteron Workstation

Sun embraces Linux and x86 - and we all benefit from it.

47 by Kristopher Kubicki on 10/27/2004

Shuttle SB81P: Intel's 915G

Today, we take a look at Shuttle's SB81P to see how it performs against the best 915/925X desktop motherboards and 915/925X SFFs on market. Read on to find out...

6 by Evan Lieb on 9/18/2004

Monarch Hornet Pro: "SFF" meets PCI Express, DDR2

Today, we take a look at what is currently the most technologically advanced SFF that we've ever encountered. Of course, that mere fact doesn't necessarily mean it'll be the...

7 by Evan Lieb on 7/31/2004

Shuttle SK83G: VIA's Shot at SFF

You knew it was coming, and indeed it has. Today, we bring you a Shuttle SFF review as part of our effort to bring you more SFF articles. Read...

18 by Evan Lieb on 7/14/2004

Soltek QBIC EQ3801: nForce3 250Gb goes SFF

Today, we take a look at one of the first nForce3 250Gb SFFs to hit the market. Soltek's QBIC series of SFFs rears its head in the form of...

22 by Evan Lieb on 7/4/2004

FIRST LOOK: Jetway Magic Twin MiniQ Computer

Jetway introduces a truly unique 2-user, small barebones computer based on the popular Intel 865G chipset. Does the Magic Twin hardware and software really work for 2 users?

28 by Wesley Fink on 4/16/2004

Asus DigiMatrix - The Pizza Box Form Factor

This is a PC that is unlike one that we have ever seen before. It is not like your typical Small Form Factor PC. Yet, it isn't quite something...

16 by Andrew Ku on 2/11/2004

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