Shuttle goes red, green and blue

Shuttle's always taken the Henry Ford approach to PC making – any colour as long as it's black – and added just one other option: silver.T

Shuttle's always taken the Henry Ford approach to PC making – any colour as long as it's black – and added just one other option: silver.That's fine if your home is a shrine to Sony and Bang & Olufsen but hardly suitable for today's gadget-man-about-town and his multicoloured gear.So bowing to interior design pressure it's launched three new cases for its line-up of toaster-sized machines. Green, blue and red are the new shades, in swirling patterns supposed to reflect ‘dynamism and modernity’. More like a techy Global Hypercolour t-shirt but we get the point.Bag them fully configured to your liking with up to 4GB RAM, 500GB hard disk and Core 2 Duo processor, or opt for a barebones case to slot in your own colour-coordinated components.

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Shuttle XPC G5 3210S (red), G5 3220S (blue), G2 3210S (green), XPC Barebones SD32G2, SD32G5 Price: €1095, €1095, €1035 (base configuration), €310, €340On sale: NowContact: ShuttleRelated stories:Commodore hits back with a vengeance