On Fri, 10 Aug 2007, Glen Gray wrote:
> x86, just bumped up to Core2 Duo's too. I'm very tempted.
>> On Fri, 10 Aug 2007, Andres Jimenez wrote:
>>>>> Sure. Every iMac, MacMini, MacBook or MacBook Pro has IR & remote,
>>> including an application called "Front Row" to watch/listen DVDs,
>>> pictures, music and videos. Actually, Front Row is just an interface to
>>> iPhoto, Quicktime, iTunes.
Hmm.. Not a bad price given the spec.
1.8GHz Core2, 1GB RAM, IR remote, DVD, good I/O, for £400.
Could make a nice little MythTV box alright.. (from research, it
seems MythTV should handle the user-friendly part for DVD/MP3/video
playing (seems), and it does DVB-T too, apparently).
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