Subject: Systems | June 29, 2011 - 03:11 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Veris Multimedia Station Premier, htpc, antec
Antec has released a product which can help turn a PC in to an HTPC. It sits in the same place a fan controller would, taking over two 5.25" bays and looking a bit like a high end car stereo. The Veris Multimedia Station Premier comes with a remote as well as the main unit which allows you control over the machine while you are sitting on the couch, including being able to turn the machine off. After eTechnix downloaded the latest version of the software they delved into the many features and settings that are available which they found a little overwhelming initially. Check out their full review here.
"Antec Inc was founded 25 years ago. They aimed their high-performance computer components and accessories products at the gaming, PC upgrade and DIY markets. Over the last 25 years Antec has built up a very good reputation and are now best known for their PC cases and power supplies. As they have moved into the HTPC case market it makes sense to expand on that segment to release other products which might give them an advantage in the market over their competitors.
They now produce a range of media component products from hard drive enclosures to multimedia stations. Today we take a look at the Antec Veris Multimedia Station Premier which is designed to be a complete solution for home theatre PC builders or those users looking to enhance the media experience of their PC.
The Antec Veris Multimedia Station Premier fits into two 5.25" drive bays and provides access to your PC using the supplied remote control as well as providing information on its inbuilt LCD display."
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