Streacom launches its first full-size ATX case
F12C has room to spare.
Aims at gamers with low-latency promise.
Passive cases for Intel's latest boards.
Zotac's new tiny HTPC crams in a Celeron CPU, Nvidia GPU and a 500GB HDD. Will it play nice?
It's cheap, smart and has front-panel USB 3 ports, but is the ML03 a decent case?
Exciting times due soon for HTPC and small form factor enthusiasts.
We revisit the Linux version of HTPC app Boxee with the help of Zotac's latest Ion-F motherboard and Nvidia's GPU video acceleration to see if this is the future low power, truly silent HTPC solution.
This week we headed along to the CEDIA Expo 2009 at the Excel centre in London to take a look at the latest innovations in home theatre, AV and home automation technology. Waiting for us were programmable bathtubs, £6,000 Blu-ray players and a 103in Plasma TV - read on to find out more!
Want to know who's walked away victorious from Mod of the Month in May 2008? Read on!
CES 2007: Ever wanted your own R2D2 projector to check out Leia for yourself? A Star Wars fanboy's dream come true.
Proving that big can also be beautiful, the Silverstone LC16M is a fully featured HTPC case capable of storing up to three terabytes of data. It takes a standard ATX motherboard, so you can use existing desktop hardware.
Want a Media Center? Don't want to buy a pre-built rig, but worried about MCE's notorious component compatibility woes? QuietPC has brought out a kit that pairs build-your-own flexibility with guaranteed component choices. Is this the quietest PC we've ever (not) heard?
Viewscreen as your projector? Speakers built into futuristic panelling? This guy has gone all-out to recreate the Next Generation experience in his living room.
NVIDIA has replaced the GeForce 6200 TurboCache with the GeForce 7300 GS. For under $100, the card delivers H.264 hardware acceleration up to 1080p - ideal for low-noise HTPCs, as well as gaming at 1280x1024. We get the lowdown on the technology and talk to NVIDIA about its plans.
Are fans the bane of your life? The Zalman TNN 300 brings the promise of a Totally No Noise HTPC through heavy use of heatpipes. Can this black, aluminium beast justify its high price? We asked Rob Young to find out.
beblu are a new company with a fresh spin on home theatre PCs. Their latest creation mimics component Hi-Fi with a small form factor system designed to run Windows Media Center.
OK, it's 1:15PM, and I have to be in a meeting at 1:45. It's my turn to do a column, and I've left it until the last minute. Dagnabbit!
We take a look at a case designed for the living room. It's full-size ATX, and it will house your Media Center rig - but is it any good?
Have you got the Media Center bug? We've spent some time investigating the best components with which to build a home theatre PC for use with Microsoft Media Center. In the first of a new series on home theatre, we talk you through the component choices you need to make to build your own box.
ASUS are bringing and interesting idea for Home Theatre PC users to the market in the near future: WiFi TV-Out, which creates new possibilities for installing a HTPC solution in the living room.
After having an exclusive look at Hiper's entry in to the case market last week, Chris Newman has a look at another potential Home Theatre PC case from NMEDIA.
In an exclusive first look, we give Hiper's new Media Chassis a once over. This slimline silver wonder supports Micro-ATX motherboards and will look great underneath your TV. It looks the biz, but does it do the job?
Featuring a unique layered technique inspired by the work of Kerry Vesper, Chris Newman's Vesperdeco sets new standards for HTPC case mods