On Tue, Nov 20, 2001 at 12:02:25PM -0000, Smith, Graham - Computing Technician mentioned:
> I thought we were putting this mythical mp3 player in a car?
> Living rooms are much easier... all you need is to put your
> hi-fi near the pc and connect it up.. done!
Not really. Why not go the whole hog;
A box with decent 3D that you could play TuxRacer on
A box with decent audio so you could play CDs of MP3/OGGs
A box with reasonably CPU so you could watch a DIVX encoded movie on a
A box that's got an RJ45 socket & modem, so it's your dial up router
A box that's solid state so you don't notice if it's left on all the
A box with a voice modem that can accept voicemails/faxes
A box with a TV tuner so it's a digital video recorder (spin up the
hard disk when recording/playing, then turn it off again)
That's useful. I'd buy that for a euro.
John Looney Chief Scientist
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