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HP announces entertainment hub, previews large LCDs

updated 03:15 am EST, Mon January 12, 2004

More HP news from CES

last week announced it would introduce an entertainment hub designed to "put consumers in control of all of their entertainment content. The hub will serve as the single, central storage repository, distribution and access point for all music, photo, video and movie collections in the home."

"Consumers will be able to watch and pause live TV and record their favorite TV shows. The new device will be sleek and stylish and work great with existing devices in the home, but will offer an even better experience in combination with the other components of the HP Digital Entertainment System."

HP also previewed its new 30-inch LCD and 42-inch plasma digital displays due out in June. HP says the displays will offer a "superior audio and visual experience with a state-of-the-art imaging engine developed by HP that displays true-to-life images. HP's displays will feature advanced panels that offer deeper black levels, vibrant colors and high-definition resolution."

by MacNN Staff





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