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Old 30th March 2005, 11:39   #1
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Default ABS Ultimate E2 Media Center PC First Look

"The Ultimate E2 Media Center PC by ABS Computer Technologies is a home media computer powered by Microsoft Windows XP Media Center 2005. It is designed to fit into your home entertainment system, dropping the traditional desktop chassis in favor of a more vertical look similar to DVD players and audio receivers.

The E2ís Microsoft Windows XP Media Center 2005 features are many and offer the home entertainment fan a great deal of control over his or her audio and viewing experiences. At the heart of this latest version of Windows XP Media Center is an easy to use navigation system which displays the available functions (i.e. watch TV, listen to music) your E2 can perform. You can navigate through the menus of this system via a keyboard, mouse or, especially in the case of the E2, a wireless remote control."
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