S1Digital, a leading builder of high-end Media Centers and Servers today launched the Home Series line of Media Centers that includes the popular Media Center Platinum Edition, Gold Edition and tiny Mini Edition.
The premium Media Center Platinum Edition heads up the Home Series by packing in almost everything except the kitchen sink. Created for the discerning home theater enthusiast, the Platinum Edition features Intel Core 2 Duo processors, DVD playback with upscaled video output with optional HD-DVD or Blu-ray, up to 1 terabyte of storage, dual HDTV and SDTV tuners (record or stream four channels simultaneously), 1080p HDMI video output, Dolby Home Theater with 7.1 channel audio, Intel Viiv Technology and Microsoft Vista Home Premium. The quiet Platinum Edition is designed to look at home next to other high-end A/V gear and provides unparalleled video and audio quality.
The affordable Media Center Gold Edition follows in the footsteps of its larger brother by including Core 2 Duo, DVD playback and burning, up to 1 terabyte of storage, HDTV and SDTV tuners, HDMI video output, Dolby Home Theater 7.1 channel audio, Intel Viiv Technology and Microsoft Vista Home Premium.
Rounding out the family is the “Mighty” Media Center Mini Edition, a powerful Media Center housed in one of the smallest form factors in the market. Also running Microsoft Vista Home Premium, the Mini Edition is the size of a book, yet packs a Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 100GB of internal storage, internal 802.11g wireless and a DVD burner. The Mini Edition is great for smaller spaces such as bedrooms, kitchens, holiday homes, yachts and RVs.
All Home Series Media Centers will be shipping by the end of February and can be purchased directly from www.s1digital.com.
For more information, contact S1Digital directly via email email@example.com, phone 888-632-6897 or visit our website at www.s1digital.com. To see of S1Digital’s Media Centers and digital media solutions in action, drop by the S1Digital Experience showroom at 116 E. 7th St, New York.
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