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Sun May 30 05:50:14 UTC 2010
On 05/29/2010 07:02 PM, Raymond Wagner wrote:
> On 5/29/2010 21:47, Nick Morrott wrote:
>> On 30 May 2010 01:49, Raymond Wagner<raymond at wagnerrp.com> wrote:
>>> On 5/29/2010 19:15, DaveD wrote:
>>>> Anyone tried an enano2 with Linux/Mythtv?
>>> You mean a Via Nano? All the crappy, underpowered computing
>>> experience of
>>> an Intel Atom, without the aid of hardware accelerated decoding
>>> brought by
>>> the ION platform.
>> I think Dave means an enano2 - Intel C2D Txxx CPU-based with Intel
>> GMA950 graphics AFAICT:
> I searched for something specifically of that name, but came up empty
> with a bunch of user accounts on various social networking sites.
> Looking at the specs on that device, its awfully expensive for what
> you get. $700 for a fairly low end mobile Core2, 1-2GB of memory, and
> an anemic GPU. You can build that yourself for for around $400. If
> you really want pre-built, you may as well pick up a Mac Mini. The
> base one is cheaper, faster, starts with 2GB of memory, and has a
> video card capable of VDPAU, for whatever the CPU can't handle.
I almost bought one today for $150 at a garage sale but wasn't sure it
would cut the HD mustard. I'm thinking I will go back tomorrow and see
if they still have it. I agree that the $700 is too high, but it's
silent and has a DVD and built-in IR remote. Sound's perfect for a FE.
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