Intel to launch its own HTPC system

Posted on Sunday, January 09 2005 @ 22:08 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inquirer reports that Intel is going to launch complete barebone systems for home media centers.

The home media center from Intel will be a complete machine only lacking a CPU, HD and RAM memory. The graphics card of the system will be the ATI X300SE with dual Avermedia NTSC tuners backing it. Also included is a 16x DVD+R drive and a MS Media Center remote.

This Intel HTPC will retail for about $750-$850 and will total about $1300 if you add a processor, memory and a hard drive.

The Inq says that these systems will be sold through two distributors: TNH and Synnex.<

Read more at The Inquirer

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