The DailyTech have posted up details of a new WinXP MCE 2005 remote control unit from Dell labeled the "Premium Remote Control". As an optional upgrade to the standard Microsoft Media Remote, Dell offer their Premium remote with the XPS M2010 desktop system. Apparently this wont be available for purchase seperately though, bit of a bummer!
Check out the article here for more info on it folks.
Dell's latest XPS M2010 is a stylish desktop system that walks a very thin line of being a desktop or laptop. Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 is the default operating system on XPS M2010 systems. A regular Microsoft Media Remote is bundled with XPS M2010 systems which doesn't exactly match the stylish nature of the XPS M2010. Consumers seeking something more stylish and fitting for the XPS M2010 will be able to upgrade to Dell's Premium Remote Control.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:02 pm CDT
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