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Elonex offers up Cube Play boombox, eXentia pro all-in-one PC

Darren Murph
October 22, 2007
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It's been nearly three years since Elonex delivered its original eXentia Media Center PC, but now the firm is hitting back with a new iteration along with an interesting boombox. The £999 ($2,045) eXentia pro all-in-one PC (pictured after the jump) boasts a 22-inch LCD and packs a 2.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive, DVD writer, integrated WiFi / Bluetooth and Windows Vista. As for the Cube Play (£179; $366), you'll find a fairly standard looking home stereo system with an eye-catching seven-inch LCD stuffed right in the middle of the action. What's that for, you say? Probably for you to check out DVDs or OTA Freeview broadcasts courtesy of the built-in DVD player and DVB TV tuner, that's what. Furthermore, the unit packs AV outputs, a USB port for loading up media, an FM tuner and a wireless remote. We'd say you could go on and pick up either right away, but both look to be out of stock for the time being.

[Thanks, Alex]
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