German company OQ (not to be confused
with the OQO or the OC, of course), has made one aspect of owning a Media Center
PC a little easier: they've crammed the guts of the PC into an HD display, turning the set into an all-in-one unit. OQ
doesn't make any displays themselves; they use LCDs from Philips and Samsung, in sizes from 32 to 40 inches. PC specs
include a 1.6GHz Centrino, 512MB of RAM, 250GB drive, Windows Media Center Edition 2004 and a dual-layer burner. And,
sure, we know you could do this yourself. But sometimes convenience is a good thing, and depending on what these guys
are charging for this, it might even be worth a bit of a premium.