O HTPC, where art thou?

Subject: Systems | February 20, 2008 - 03:15 PM |
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Techware Labs takes on the mystery of the HTPC, and why it hasn't caught on.  Sidestepping the Linux issue, as learning even the small but of Linux needed to set up an HTPC can be daunting, they focus on the 4 flavours of Windows Media Center Edition.  One the biggest mysteries that they touch on, and that has always bothered myself, is the cost.  To buy a DVD player, DVR and cable box costs far more than building a pre assembled HTPC.  See what light they can shed on the mystery in the full article.

"Recently I was asked why the Media Center PC hasn't received more widespread acceptance as a home component. In this

article I discuss whats wrong with the Media Center PC and what it will take before the Media Center PC or HTPC gains

acceptance."

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