Parks Associates research indicates expansion of entertainment -at -home services despite poor economic conditions
Lasonic's ghetto blasters are 80's icons. The new Lasonic i931 is similar in design and size but with tape deck replaced with a more practical iPod docking bay. They've kept the equalizer, am/fm tuner with telescoping antenna and the abundant number of buttons but added a SD card reader and USB input for loading music. On sale now directly from Lasonic or read Gizmodo's review to see if its worth the nostalgia.
INTRODUCING GAMEON™ THE ALL -IN -ONE STORAGE SOLUTION FOR VIDEO GAMING HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AND ACCESSORIES
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.
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