PowerCinema is something that the masses have wanted for ages but no company was able to create such an easy and affordable piece of software until now. Thanks to the excellent reputation of CyberLink creating other such popular products as PowerDVD, most will have no problem accepting this new line of software into their households - it truly is HTPC Software for the Masses as we suggest.
The software and remote control can be purchased for just over $70 USD (around $100 AUD) and considering what it can do, it is definitely a very fair price for software that you only have to purchase once.
We would highly recommend you take the time to download the free trial version of this software from the Cyberlink website if you're not too sure about it at the moment and take it for a quick spin. PowerCinema really does enhance the HTPC experience and it can be done quite cost effectively.
Check it out!
Lots of new Technology
Support for Windows 98 onwards
Freeware two channel version available
Easy to use for all level of computer users
Optional remote c makes navigation even easier
The perfect companion for your All in Wonder
Rating - 9.5 out of 10 and TweakTown's "MUST HAVE" Editors Choice award
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