It may not be a household name, but Okoro makes one fine media center PC. Their 2010 line just got a lot more appealing with a bit of future proofing and the addition of Intel i3 and i5 processors. The processor upgrade does more than just pick up the performance. It allows for new features to be added too.
Thursday, 25 February 2010
Boxee, the media center application built around social sharing, has just rolled out their Boxee Beta build for Apple TV users. Users can load the Beta build onto a USB memory stick and load the software onto their Apple TV. Boxee launched their Beta version of the software in December 2009, but without support for the Apple TV.
All-in-One (AIO) PCs have been steadily gaining ground as entertainment devices, but they exist more as niche products than must have devices. MSI is hoping to change that by releasing a massive amount of new Wind Top AIO PCs built for all different kinds of users.
The larger a company is, the slower it tends to move. Walmart can certainly be pointed to as an example of this in most cases, but the world’s largest chain retailer has been trying to get a foot in the digital door for years now.
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
The Sony Dash seems like one of the most overlooked gadgets to come out of CES. It’s a portable internet device that’s capable of a lot of things. It’s based on the Chumby OS which means that over a thousand applications are able to be installed on it.