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    Live from Computex : Hush Technologies - Full ATX solution

    Well, it is 8:30AM here in Tapei and I have a scoop for all of you avid silent PC seekers out there. We have just had a look at the new 'Hush' system which offers far more power and options, including an ATX mainboard, P4, Athlon, AGP graphics.

    Read more at http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD02MjQ=

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    I want a barebones though. Any idea when it will come out ?

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    Got an email from Hush this morning with all the info on this...


    Hush Technologies, in conjunction with ANDI GmbH (http://www.archimedis.tv), have launched a full, feature-rich MediaServer based on the recently launched Hush ATX product chassis. Providing the silence, the power and the good looks, combined with the robust software and remote control capabilities you can now enjoy hours of digital home entertainment from your armchair.


    Features

    - Fully remote controlled by infrared device
    - PopUp Menu Structure, easy to use user-interface
    - Multi lingual – speaks your native language
    - Records your favourite TV programs, supports time-shifting v- iewing
    -Media Archive of CD/DVD/TV recordings/Still Images all ready to be shared on your intranet via in-built windows networking support (size of archives depends on hard disk size and quality of recording format)
    -EPG – One button scheduled recording
    -Small EPG info of actual and next program
    -Multi-Tasking capabilities such as view TV program, record it and copy DVD in the background simultaneously
    -DVD –RW, DVD RAM, CD –RW functionality, writes multiple formats e.g. CD AUDIO, MPEG4, MP3, DVD –RW and DVD RAM
    -Digital SPDIF Audio output or Stereo Analogue output
    -Power Save Scheduled Recording (i.e. wake up before recording and shut down after)
    -Internet Browser / Office and E-Mail build in
    -Multi e-mail account support for all family members
    -SAT, CABLE and TERRA digital DVB card configuration or Analogue TV Tuner
    -PAY TV common Interface optional
    -Word wide Satellite support, recognizes 154 satellites automatically, auto scan
    -Internet TV and Internet Radio for the global media reception (internet connection required)
    -Internet Update with dynamic upgrade option
    -Security features include European and Worldwide copy protection standards
    -Displays to TV sets, Plasma, TFT, LCD and projector Screens
    -Output: FBAS, S-Video, Scart, DVI in various resolutions
    -Support of 4:3 and 16:9 display Formats
    -FireWire support for DigiCAM recording on the fly (motion and sound)
    -USB 2.0 support for DigiPhotoCamera, stores your images on the fly
    -USB 2.0 support for MP3 mobile devices, download your play list from the Media Archive
    -Firewire Hard disk extension, double or triple your storage capacity on the fly. Plug in and you are done, no driver installation hassle.
    -Windows viewer for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Acrobat files.
    -Linux-based robust and reliable customised operating system
    -EASY Setup configuration

    For a product brochure (pictures are not of the Hush solution), please download from http://www.hushtechnologi es.com/archimedis.pdf.


    Specification and Options

    Hush ATX, 1.7Ghz Celeron-based solution based on VIA P4M266A chipset. Variable digital/analogue TV cards, memory, optical drives, hard disk drives.

    Hush ATX MediaServer. The centre of digital home entertainment.


    Pricing and Availability

    Pricing : base configuration from approximately €1699 + VAT

    Availability : End of October 2003
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    It can be bought now, but you won't be able to get a barebones. I know which boards are going in there but I am sworn to secrecy. Put it this way - at that price if they put a pap board in it then it is practically commerical suicide.

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    Hi David

    Im seriously thinking of buying one of these... tell me, If I buy the celeron version, Can I throw a P4 2.8ghz into it? Will it be the same board/Heatsink? And also is memory easily upgradable?
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    Any chance of a few internal pics? Dying to see the cooling solution!

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    Can we have more details please David, I'm really eager to learn about this machine as I will 99% be buying one...
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    They offer 865 solutions as well as the VIA ones. Cant say ill ever go near a VIA p4 mobo again though.
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    They should just gimme the case! It looks gorgeous!!

    I'd rather build my own system with buying the case seperate, tho it's still a great idea.
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    At last something to rival design by Apple! I want one so bad...
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