HP Digital Entertainment Center

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  1. Jazz

    Jazz Powerhouse of the Scrum

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    My uncle just got one and it looks pretty sweet...I'd never even heard of them before :o

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    • Black, brushed-aluminum case with media information display

    • Wireless (1) entertainment keyboard with integrated trackball mouse

    • 160GB 7200rpm Serial ATA hard drive (8)

    • One NTSC TV tuner with pause, review, and programmable record capabilities; 30FPS, 60Hz frequency

    • 14-day programming guide for use with Personal Video Recorder; Downloadable at no charge with broadband Internet connection(3)

    • One DVI-D (Digital Video Interface) for connectivity to high-definition displays; One VGA for connectivity to plasma, LCD and DLP displays and projectors; One component video (YpbPr); One S-video; One composite video

    • Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound support; Analog 7.1 pre-amp surround sound support; Supports playback of MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV and PCM music files; Supports playback of audio CDs and DVD-video

    • Supplied cables include one power cable; one DVI-D video cable; one S-video cable; one left/right RCA audio; two infrared blasters to control set-top boxes; two RF coaxial video and one coaxial video splitter

    • HP Personal Media Drive slot for instant hard drive expansion with optional HP Personal Media Drive

    • 16x double-layer(9) DVD±R/RW recordable drive

    • Progressive Scan DVD movie playback at 480p(10)

    • ATI RADEON X300 SE PCI-Express graphics card

    • 802.11g wireless (1) receiver

    • 10/100/1000 Base-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45)

    • FM tuner with pause and replay capabilities

    • Intel® Pentium® 4 530(11) processor with HT Technology(12)

    • Intel 915P Express chipset

    • 512MB PC3200 DDR SDRAM; System memory expandable to 2GB

    • Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 operating system

    • Estimated U.S. retail price of $1,499(13)
     
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    looks cool, what display device (tv) are you going to be hooking it up to?
     
  3. Jazz

    Jazz Powerhouse of the Scrum

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    i'm not buying it :o

    my uncle has it hooked up to a 50ish inch toshiba DLP...dunno if he's using the DVI or just component though :dunno:
     
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    Ooops I thought you said your uncle bought it for you :doh:

    I bet it would be nice hooked up to a big screen like that though. :bigthumb:
     

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