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Via's Artigo A2000 barebones home server box is 5" wide, 4.5" tall, 10" deep and can house two 3.5" SATA-II hard drives. Using a 1.5GHz VIA C7®-D low power processor on a pico-ITX motherboard, a VIA VX800 Unified Digital Media IGP chipset and one DDR2 SO-DIMM Socket the box is powerful enough to run Vista, XP or Linux so you can use this small quiet box for more than just a simple NAS. Comes with VIA Security Software Suite and is available for pre-order here ($299).VIA's page with full specs.
Combined Adder Crestron Solutions give Premium Clarity to Digital Signage and Touschscreen Installations
If the idea of waking up to your rapidily sinking stocks seems like the perfect start to your day then the LED mirror by Suck UK is perfect. Housed behind the mirror is a large LED display that can be programmed to display messages at specific times. The LED shines through the mirror and can be fed information, through wireless, from your pc so you can scroll news, stocks or anything else available with RSS. Available now through various UK design stores like mylivingspace.
The company Open Air makes inflatable surfaces for movie projection ranging in size from 9' to a massive 40'. The screen is made of a light weight material so the smaller sizes can fit into a large bag for traveling or camping trips where the wildlife isn't as entertaining as Die Hard. A 9' x 5' Open Air Home Screen cost $449.00 and is available from their website.
Next month Denon Japan will release it's DVD-A1UD player. The ultra expensive ($5,860 us) unit is capable of playing Blu-ray, DVD, DVD-audio and SACD discs and features an SD / SDHC card slot, DivX support, HDMI 1.3, 1080p60 / 1080p24 output, internal decoding of DTS-HD Master Audio / Dolby TrueHD, 7.1-channel analog outputs, and Denon LINK tecnology. A European launch will follow in March 2009. Story Source and More Denon Announcements Here.
Four MSU mechanical engineering students have designed a robot that clings to a window by vacuum suction and moves back and forth like the Roomba. Called the "Winboni", the robot cleans the window as it moves using tiny felt pads. Watch the youtube video for a demonstration.
Although not officially supposed to be announced until CES the specs for Netgears' new Digital Entertainer Elite look pretty good on paper. Dual Band Wireless N for fast streaming and a pretty comprehensive supported format list including the MKV Matroska Multimedia Container that's becoming more and more popular. No word on whether the unit will come with a service like Netflix. Also no word on pricing. Spec list. Follow the product on its AVSforum thread.
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