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Daily News Round #1 for May 12, 2004

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for May 12, 2004

By: Steve Dougherty from May 12, 2004 @ 6:20 CDT

- Gateway FMC-901X

Gateway have a pretty classy looking media centre PC package on the market now, dubbed the FMC-901X. It looks more like a home theatre receiver rather than a PC, fitting right in with the rest of your equipment. Gateway also include a remote control, keyboard, and mouse amongst a whole host of other features and options available when you purchase. Check out DesignTechnica's latest review on the FMC-901X for a closer look at this very unique setup.

We have mentioned here on Designtechnica several times before that there are multiple ways to make a home theater or Media Center PC. One way is to take the home theater and incorporate it into the PC and the other way is to take the PC and incorporate it into the home theater. Fortunately Gateway makes two Media Center PC models that address both of these conversions. A couple weeks we reviewed the Gateway 610 Media Center which incorporates a home theater experience into the PC, complete with a 17" widescreen display and a speaker system. Today we are reviewing the FMC-901X which takes PC functionality and puts it in your home theater. Starting at just $999 the Gateway FMC-901X looks right at home in your home theater audio rack.

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