So far 2012 is the only year inside which I`ve seen so many manufacturers release and announce both network/hdd media players and HTPC solutions which brings about the question which is the best solution for people. Honestly that`s not something one can answer mainly because each of us has a different set of needs and requirements so whereas some people just want to watch a movie in which case a network/hdd media player would be the obvious choice others may want to also play games, surf the web, use social sites and a lot more so an HTPC would be a far more suitable solution. Personally i like to have several different devices each ment for a different purpose so naturally I`ll always prefer an good network/hdd media player and an desktop system over an single HTPC (unless of course i couldn`t afford both). Today however we will be testing one of the entry-level media players in the market, the aios HD media center by Pivos Technology Group."
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