Okoro Debuts ‘Extreme’ Media Server Series

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Okoro Media Systems’ OMS-ZX100 server in a funky yellow

The OMS-ZX100 is the first in Okoro Media Systems' ZX series that allows for customization of the media server, including automotive color matching.

Mar. 31, 2008 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Perhaps Okoro Media Systems considers itself to be the sports car of media servers. One of the flairs to its latest high-end server, the ZX series, is the ability for purchasers to customize the chassis by ordering it in any automotive color.

The OMS-ZX100, the first model available in the “Extreme” line of Okoro’s digital entertainment systems, has plenty going on under the hood as well.

For high-performance video and gaming there’s an Intel Core2 Extreme Quad Core Processor QX68750 3.0GHz, Nvidia Pure Video HD technology and 3 gigs of 800MHz DDR2 RAM.

All of your digital media files can fit comfortably on the 32GB high-speed solid state OS drive that has 1 terabyte of storage. You can use the electronic programming guide to schedule up to two weeks of TV DVR’ing.

High-definition DVD viewing comes courtesy of a drive that handles Blu-ray and HD DVD discs as well, and the audio capability allows for surround sound of 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 setups.

Okoro’s solid state drive OMS-ZX100 media server starts from $5,995. I’ll take one in British racing green and another in “Back to the Future” DeLorean silver, thanks.

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