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All-in-one multimedia PC on a massive scale

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June 27, 2003

All-in-one multimedia PC on a massive scale

All-in-one multimedia PC on a massive scale

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It's the type of big screen you would expect to find on the wall of an impressive home cinema, but the TEK PANEL 300 is actually and all-in-one multimedia computer that offers 76cm of screen real estate in a slim-line design just 12.5cm thick.

The expansive 16 million colour, Active Matrix (TFT) LCD screen provides a brilliant digital image using advanced DVI-LVDS signalling.

On the computing front, the TEK PANEL 300 features Pentium 4 power, Radeon graphics, 512MB memory a high speed 120GB hard drive, is fully upgradeable and runs on the XP Pro operating system.

A wireless keyboard and mouse operational to a distance of up to 10m is included and PC/peripheral connectivity is covered from all angles: six USB 2.0 ports, Internet via RJ-11 or 10/100 Ethernet (RJ-45) serial and open PCI slot are standard, plus TEK PANEL can handle any TV input from cable, antenna, satellite or S-Video.

Outputs are also plentiful, including Digital Dolby AC-3 and HDTV support.

The largest all-in-one unit on the market today according to Tekpanel, this mega-PC is currently available online for US$6,495.00 through www.tekpanel.com.

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