Okoro Media Systems Launches New High-End Media Centers with Solid State Drive Technology


okoro oms zx100 redOkoro Media Systems, manufacturer of Digital Entertainment Systems for the high end audio video market, is pleased to announce the availability of the ZX series of media center PCs. The ZX series represent Okoro Media’s new “Extreme” line of Digital Entertainment Systems. Each ZX model utilizes Intel® Quad Core processors, high speed solid state hard drives, and an exceptional visual experience using the latest in NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology. The ZX series will also be the first Digital Entertainment System available that allows OMS customers to choose any automotive color they desire as a standard feature.

“We now have a stylish Digital Entertainment System for our customers in any automotive color they want. This will allow them to customize the unit to fit their décor or color match it with their favorite car. We strive to give our customers what they want and ultimate customization is a popular request. ” says Christopher Curry VP of Sales and Marketing.

The ZX series uses Solid State Drive (SSD) technology which is a major leap from the standard hard disc drives used in other media centers. The OMS SSD have no mechanical parts increasing overall reliability, performance and are more “Green” because they consume very little power. The ZX series is also Okoro Media Systems’ first line to be available in any color using a high quality automotive finish usually only associated with exotic cars.

The OMS-ZX100 is the first model available in the ZX line and comes standard with the following features:

ZX100 Digital Entertainment System

  • Intel Core™2 Extreme Quad Core Processor QX6850 3.0GHz
  • 3 Gigabytes of Memory
  • NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT HDMI output
  • 32GB High Speed Solid State OS Drive with 1TB for Media Storage
  • Blu-ray and HDDVD Playback
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
  • Availability in ANY automotive color

For more information about the ZX100 series please click here.





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