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Special edition Alone in the Dark mini-PC to be won.

For immediate release

Elmshorn, Germany - 2008-06-13

Today market leader in the Mini PC sector and manufacturer of multi form factor solutions, Shuttle Inc., starts a huge competition on the coming start of sales for the fifth part of "Alone in the Dark" from Atari.

The design of this fully equipped and worldwide one-off special edition has been developed in cooperation with Atari. The housing cover and front panel of the mini PC display scenes and elements from the game. In a complex procedure, the mini PC has been furnished with different images to create a visual depth that with the help of the game's dark atmosphere pulls the player into its spell.

"As the European-wide start of sales for Alone in the Dark begins, Atari and Shuttle are offering this unique chance to win," explains Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing & PR, Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. "The value of this unique prize cannot be expressed in figures."

For maximum playing fun the Shuttle XPC Mini PC complete system comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, piles of memory, and a super quick graphics card. An XPC Barebone SG31G5 provides the platform of this extremely appealing mini PC.

From Friday 13 June to 7 July 2008 visitors to Shuttle's European website have the chance to win this exclusive mini PC together with the PC game. Anyone taking part in the competition has to correctly answer three questions on the game and then cross their fingers. In the end it will be destiny to pick the winner.

To the competition:

All information on "Alone in the Dark" can be found under

Press release and image resources

About us:

Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH

- PR Department -

Fritz-Strassmann-Str. 5

25337 Elmshorn (GERMANY)

Press Contact:

Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland)

Tom Seiffert

+49 4121-476-885

Europe (The Netherlands, Italy, Belgium (Flemish-speaking region), UK, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark) Christian Scheibel

+49 4121-476-891

Europe (France, Spain, Belgium (French-speaking region)) Guillaume Baligand

+49 4121-476-898

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