This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.

I agree
Learn More
Great Geek Gifts in the Technabob Shop!Get Technabob Daily: Join our Mailing List! | Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter
subscribe to our rss feedsubscribe via e-mailfollow technabob on twittertechnabob facebook fan pageGoogle+follow us in feedly
Follow Us:
Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob

Shuttle D’Vo Home Theater Pc: Small Package, Big Boom

by Paul Strauss

Shuttle is well known for their small-form-factor PCs. Their latest models are perfect for a high-end home theater, and can be loaded up with everything you’d need in a single, compact box.

Shuttle SG33G5M Deluxe D’VO SFF HTPC

The top-of-the-line Shuttle D’VO SG33G5M Deluxe features 1080p high-definition video output via an HDMI output. 7.1-channel surround sound includes Dolby Digital Live! and DTS Connect capabilities. The system has a full home theater-centric front panel display which includes just about everything you’re used to seeing on a home-theater-in-a-box receiver.

In addition to its multimedia prowess, its got built in 802.11b+g as well as Bluetooth wireless connectivity. You can even view photos and media stored on your mobile devices via wireless sync. External interfaces include USB 2.0, Firewire 400 Gigabit Ethernet and eSATA connectors. It’s even got a fingerprint reader built into the front if you want to keep prying eyes off of your media content.

The system’s Intel G33 Express chipset is designed to handle CPUs as powerful as a Core 2 Quad, with bus speeds up to 1333MHz. The D’VO series is sold in a bare-bones configuration for around $459 USD, so you’ll need to add your own CPU, memory, operating system, hard drive and disc reader (Shuttle plans on offering a Blu-Ray/HD-DVD combo drive as an option).

Comments are closed for posts older than 90 days.

Comments (3):

  1. KennyP says:

    I would consider replacing my Tivo S3 with this unit, but I have cable. It seems these things don’t support cable cards yet. Any one have any info in this area?

  2. technabob says:

    You could probably find a PCI card with cable card support, but from what I’ve heard, support is sketchy at best.

  3. yoyo says:

    It’s my honour to know your address from website,This is Yoyo from WESENA technology,thanks for your time to read this email.
    We are manufacturer specializing in HTPC cases, sincerely hope we can build business relationship with you, welcome OEM/ODM. Much information, please check : http://www.wesena.com.

More from Awesomer Media...

theawesomer logo
Candylab Wooden Toy Cars Unreal Real-time Cinematography Bristol Bullet Roadster The Shrink Ray Death Ray 95octane logo
Final Aston Martin DB9 Cars Roll off Assembly Line Acura NSX GT3 Hits the Track for Practice Hennessey HPE 1000 Challenger Hellcat Tears up the Dyno The Best Sounding Cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed mightymega logo
New Star Trek RPG Is Coming: Star Trek Adventures Star Wars: Call of the Empire Quentin Tarantino’s Suicide Squad The X-Files Theme in a Major Key Sounds Oddly Cheerful