VoodooPC’s 8TB Media Center PC


From Engadget:





When we heard that VoodooPC was planning a media PC with 16 drive bays and a maximum capacity of 8 terabytes… [Read full posting on Engadget]


Sounds pretty cool–maybe I’ll get one here to “test” with ^_^.

Comments (3)

  1. MikeA says:

    Will Vista allow cloned mode with two different resolutions so a 7" LCD screen like VoodooPC includes will actually be useful with Media Center? Otherwise they should inform customers in their advertisements that what you see pictured on that screen won’t be what you see on your TV! Or maybe they think their customers want to watch HDTV on that 4:3 LCD screen??

  2. PeterRosser says:

    Good point.  It’s not really up to Vista, though, since "clone" mode is something that a driver supports, not the OS.  At least, not that I’m aware of (it’s never worked that way before).

    Maybe they’ll do a custom application to use that space?

  3. Robert says:

    What happened?! What caused this delay with Vista? Was it the eHome team and Media Center development? It sounds like its got something to do with the digital media end of Vista because Microsoft said they are still on track to release Vista for business users, who normally wouldn’t need Media Center-type features.

    Anything to do with the AACS delay like Sony announced was causing their PS3 to be delayed?

    What a disappointment.