This is the way to go! Just connect this and i can also do Netflix!! No wireless but with rear usb, i can suffice. But i do wonder at using win 7 32 as its OS... not a bad OS by any means but still. Well at least we will know the support will be there for sure. I wonder what player it will use, not a big fan of media player . +1 for the extra pic of the chicks at end of article, way to go toms Thumbs Up!
[citation][nom]sliem[/nom]4GB of RAM and only 32bit of Win7? Cmon, make it 64bit.[/citation]
I agree as well, but i think it would lead to more heat and in something that small (ps2 slimish by the looks) less heat always helps.
[citation][nom]Soul_keeper[/nom]The only thing that mattered in this article were the booth babes.[/citation]
The taller one is really, really cute, but the shorter one is even cuter. I'd love to meet them.
"Prices start from $249"
On their website they list $308.79 (might be because I'm accessing the site from Europe) but the price is for a barebone system without HDD, RAM or OS (which is fine. Linux apparently makes for a great home theatre system)
The cheapest complete system is $585.15.
Wonder how hot it runs if the graphics card is decoding high-bitrate H.264 video while the CPU is doing other stuff.
Fanless design is nice, but I don't see what's wrong with adding a fan.
My core2duo HTPC has one fan but it's completely inaudible from more than 20cm away even while decoding H.264 and running a Minecraft server in the background.
The real noise problem for HTPCs are external hard drives. Best solution might be NAS.