May 15, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
VidaBox already gives you some great options with its robust media servers. Now the company is providing a jazzy touchscreen that includes an XP embedded computer.
VidaBox’s TouchClient12 is a 12.1-inch color touchscreen that flush-mounts to your wall and integrates with your multiroom A/V or control or automation software with built-in dual RS-232 and dual USB ports.
The screen features a native resolution of 1024 x 768, and if the video isn’t enough, the TouchClient12 adds dual stereo speakers for local audio playback.
A write-protected solid state drive should ensure that the TouchClient12 will keep running smoothly for years—even as you add massive quantities of audio and video to your VidaBox server.
The touchscreen retails for $2,499.
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