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Shuttle Introduces M1000 - XPC Media Center PC

| Posted: Oct 19, 2005 2:51 am

Producing their first ever "all-in-one" media center PC, Shuttle have just unveiled the M1000. Based on Intel's Pentium-M platform and sporting a quality built-in HDTV tuner/FM radio tuner, dual format DVD burner, 8-in-1 card reader, NV 66 Series GPU, and high definition 7.1 audio, this new entertainment focused XPC can do it all; and to round it all up into a sexy and complete solution to fully compliment your home theatre setup, Shuttle have worked hard to give the M1000 some rather glorious and highly accommodating aesthetics for your lounge room arrangement.

 

To get the full rundown on their latest (and first complete media center) XPC masterpiece, check out the official product homepage with all the details over here folks.

 

The Shuttle XPC Media Center brings you to the forefront of home multimedia convergence. Say goodbye to your VCR, CD, DVD, and receiver appliances.

 

The Shuttle XPC Media Center's built-in analog TV tuners, FM radio tuner, dual format DVD writer, and 8-in-1 card reader, make it easy to enjoy TV, video, music and photographs with your friends and family.

 

Based on Shuttle's all new 'M' chassis, the Shuttle XPC Media Center sits stylishly within any home audio/visual entertainment center. But don't be fooled by its simple exterior. Inside the attractive case you will find; analog TV tuners* supporting HDTV, time shifting, and real time or scheduled recording, high definition 7.1 channel audio, FM radio with pause and replay capabilities, and 3D graphics processing power from NVIDIA®.

 

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