Hannibal: The Ultimate Entertainment Machine


This anti-media-center monster uses Linux to eat the competition for breakfast -- along with Ray Liotta's brain!

Nov. 08, 2006 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Instead of racking your brain to mix and match various audio and video components, TVease’s Hannibal combines everything you need into one entertainment blockbuster.

Using the almighty and underrated power of Linux, this unit packs in the power to display almost any type of audio or video format. Other highlights include built-in bit torrent downloads, a DVD burner, built-in Wi-Fi and Sony’s RM-V310 universal remote.

It looks a little bulky, but the idea is that you can empty your existing stereo cabinet; this unit can carry the load of the entire lot.

Check out the TVease Web site for the full details.

  • $549
  • Offers free shipping
  • Runs on Linux
  • Native 1080i output
  • 7.1 digital surround sound
  • 802.11G wireless



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