Cannon PC Introduces Media Center for Christmas Under $999

November 16, 2006 - Houston based Media Center PC Company, Cannon PC, introduced new pricing on its popular FX Series Media center. The new system is loaded with more processor power and features than the previous model and is priced under $1000.

"We have hundreds of visitors each day to our online store and many of those customers are price conscious." said Gregg Cannon, president of Cannon PC. "They have heard or seen all the exciting things that Media Center technology provides and they want it. Although Cannon PC specializes in designing high end custom media centers for state of the art home installations we understand that many customers are on a budget. We designed the FX series to fit that price point without sacrificing power and functionality." said Cannon. "We wanted to be very sure that we weren't just building a Media Center to meet a market price point. What good is a Media Center if you bought it at a good price but it doesn't perform like it should? We don't want the customer to have a less than spectacular experience with our Media Centers."

"The FX Series Media Center is the ideal technology gift this year for Christmas. We packed a lot of features in the FX Media Center but left it at a price that everyone could afford. It allows that gadget guy or gal in your family to start enjoying Media Center this Christmas. What a great way to show the entire family Christmas morning photos on the new big screen TV they got along with the Media Center."

If you are looking for the low profile, sleek design and quiet operation you will find it in Cannon PC FX Series Media Centers. The standard configuration contains an ASUS NVIDIA nForce 430 chipset motherboard with 1000 MHz FSB, AMD AM2 Athlon 3200+ processor, Seagate SATA II NCQ 80 GB hard drive (upgradeable to 750GB), 512 MB dual channel RAM (upgradeable to 8 GB), NVIDIA 6150 integrated graphics, 6 channel high definition digital audio, dual layer DVD+ -RW/CD+ -RW drive, 1 Analog TV tuner, gigabit Ethernet, 8 USB ports, 2 Fire Wire ports, Media Center Remote and IR Receiver. There is additional room to add a HDTV tuner or second analog TV tuner. Because all Cannon PC Media Centers are completely customizable online, the customer can choose to add more memory, hard drives, or increase the size of the processor for more power and storage.

Like all Cannon Media Center PCs, the FX is designed to be very cool and quiet by utilizing high volume very low noise fans and strategically position vents on the case to ensure proper airflow. The FX series case is constructed of high grade steel and will fit nicely into any home décor or A/V cabinet. It is available in silver and black.

Cannon PCs line of Media Centers is completely customizable and is available in AMD and Intel platforms. They are specifically designed for home automation and home theater. To learn more Cannon PC Media Centers and Media Center accessories or to become an authorized dealer, visit them online at

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877 -888 -4781

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