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Intel Entertainment PC Platform 2005 - DT - RAM 0 MB - no HDD - DVD

Intel Entertainment PC Platform 2005 - DT - RAM 0 MB - no HDD - DVD
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Intel ICC - May 2005

 

Intel is stepping up to introduce platforms to the desktop. Intel hopes to make the desktop as successful as Centrino on the mobile line. Also, check in for the new roadmaps.

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Your customers are already getting into the digital home and digital office: Home theater systems ... music piped into every room ... desktop audio/video recording and editing. Now you have the opportunity to make it easier for them to enjoy their ultimate multimedia experience - powered by a single component that you build, brand and sell. The 2005 Entertainment PC Platform for the Intel Pentium 4 Processor with HT Technology combines the power and flexibility of a personal computer with the style and usability of consumer electronics. And, it comes with a dependable support ecosystem to help you enter and succeed in this growing market space. The 2005 Entertainment PC Platform lets end-users download music and movies, and watch/pause/replay live TV while simultaneously recording another channel. They can compile and enjoy their own personal music library, create compilation CDs, and transfer play lists to portable music players. They can share photos, play games, surf the Internet, and watch or record DVDs - all from the comfort of their living room via remote control. The 2005 Entertainment PC Platform accommodates a wide range of portable media, allowing users to share content with friends and family. And, it comes with an array of connection ports that accommodate consumer electronics devices such as receivers, for easy integration into an existing home A/V system. Today's Entertainment PC is more than a glorified computer with sound and video cards: This unit is built for acoustic excellence, high-resolution video, and smooth graphics performance. Its sleek form factor and front panel display blend with other consumer electronic devices for living-room looks. The back panel has all of the connections as well as the look and feel you would expect on a high-end CE device. The 10-foot user interface with standard remote control enables users to work without a mouse or keyboard.
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