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Shuttle AK35GTR KT266a motherboard - FrostyTech.com Shuttle AK35GTR KT266a motherboard
Mon Jan 21, 2002 | 3:40P| PermaLink
The AK35GT-R came in a silver packaging seeming not unique to the model, simply marked as "Spacewalker" as other Shuttle motherboards are. It took a trip to the website to actually find out the model number, this is probably due to the AK35 doesn't seem to be available to the public yet. As far as accessories go, the AK35GT-R must be unique, at least when compared to other manufacturer's offerings. It is the first motherboard I have come across to feature a carry bag. The nylon bag is emblazoned with Shuttle, the logo, and two URLs. The bag is just about big enough to carry the motherboard in its box, in case you need to, hmm, move the motherboard around. I'm sure it would rate very highly in the unnecessary accessory stakes. Honestly, for the cost to make an extra bag I'm sure Shuttle could have included something eminently more useful. Other accessories are...sparse. In the box are the customary two extra USB ports, a couple of double wired IDE cables for use with UDMA/ATA up to 100 (the maximum the motherboard supports), a floppy cable, and a rather wasteful way to make the onboard sound six channel compatible. Whereas the previous KT266a board I was using (Soyo Dragon Plus) had multiple sound I/O connectors, the only one Shuttle saw fit to include on the AK35GT-R was just one 3.5mm jack for the LFE & Centre stereo channel. A very wasteful use of space. Still, at least it does enable Dolby Digital support, which is better than some of the competition.
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