[mythtv-users] Awsome Case For Myth Frontend!
steve at blighty.com
Wed May 2 18:14:20 UTC 2007
On May 2, 2007, at 10:55 AM, Jake Palmer wrote:
>> Maybe a USB VFD / IR receiver? Don't know if they make those.
>> There'd better be a DVD drive as there is only one internal 3.5" bay
>> according to newegg, which you'd probably want to save for a hard
>> --Geoff Mishkin <gmishkin at bu.edu>
>> David Frascone wrote:
>> > Only things missing are the VFD and IR reader!
>> > It has the slot, so I assume that a dvd reader is included?
>> > -Dave
> DVD drives use 5.25" slots, not 3.5". And looking at the pictures
> and the specs, it definitely does NOT include a drive. The only
> slot load drive I see on newegg is $150. Add that to the CPU, RAM
> and hard drive and you're probably looking at almost $700 all up.
> Pretty spendy, but it does look nice.
The manufacturer spec says that it has a slot for a slim notebook
style DVD drive. They're about $30 - $60 depending on whether you
want to be able to record with 'em. Throw in some RAM and a CPU and
network boot it and it sounds like
a nice front end.
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