Thread: Silliness Christmas wish list!
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Old 11-13-2008, 10:21 AM   #11
Ralph Sir Edward
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*sigh* Well, I'm not really surprised... It did sound too good to be true But it's just that my old Xbox gen 1 isn't really equipped to handle my media anymore. It's too slow. Oh well, guess I'll just have to wish for a HTPC instead
Look at the bright side. I saved you from wasting some money....

Queen Zelda, there is a market out there for a media player that reads audio and video from USB 2.0 ports and plugs into a TV/home theatre. That way you can use a remote control to play media, instead of a keyboard to a computer. It's small, like the liseuse market. Like the e-ink liseuse, there isn't one that actually does the job right, yet. Popcorn hour is the latest company to offer one...And they do software updates, just like the e-ink liseuse makers, but the problems I mentioned they consider to be not fixable with their hardware...

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