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The Buzz About Media Center PCs - The Buzz About Media Center PCs
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My friend, Kane, would be disappointed, but he'd certainly wait a week to get Halo 2 at a steep discount. I didn't want to have wasted a trip to The Store, however, so I poked around a bit and came across a display of the new Windows XP Media Center Edition. I know about this Windows version because I read about Billg yokking it up with Queen Latifah at the launch last month, and how the Media Center was the next logical step in the evolution of PCs. But having recently built a new computer (following Mr. Risley's most excellent guidance in "Build Your Own PC"), I was bothered that I hadn't a firm grasp of what actually makes a computer a "Media Center computer."
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