With the HTPC market gaining more momentum than anyone ever thought possible, many manufacturers have stepped up to the plate to offer their new product lines. With so many choices available, everyone is doing their best to show a product line that has something unique to offer.
Enter nMedia with an HTPC enclosure solution that has a lot in common with many stereo components. nMedia is a company that was founded in 2004 with the express purpose of feeding a new niche user group with entertainment related components, namely the HTPC. Though a newer face in the marketplace, nMedia has been making a name for themselves by supplying a variety of products specifically for this enthusiast group.
Relax as we delve deeper into the nMedia HTPC 288-BA with an optional digital display included and we'll see if this new kid on the block has what it takes to be worthy of your HTPC dollars.
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