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Users / Another Ion Net-top to look forward to (AspireRevo)
« on: April 08, 2009, 01:32:37 pm »

"The AspireRevo is debuting today alongside a plethora of other Acer wares, boasting a 1.6GHz Intel Atom 230 processor, up to 4GB of RAM, up to 250GB of HDD space, a 4-in-1 card reader, HDMI / VGA outputs, gigabit Ethernet, six USB 2.0 sockets, audio in / out, Windows Vista Home Premium / Basic and a svelte black and white enclosure that measures just 7.1- x 7.1- x 1.2-inches. The built-in Ion GPU means that this bugger is completely capable of handling 1080p (and thus, Blu-ray) content, DirectX 10 and even mildly demanding games such as Call of Duty 4 and Spore. Acer's staying mum on a price and release date, but we're still hearing that the late Q2 time frame is a safe bet. Check the full release just past the break"

I am not sure if this is the same as this guy \/, But it looks like it.

I have two HP IPAQ 2215 PDA's laying around gathering dust that I would love to be able to use as an orbiter. How hard would it be to get them to work over bluetooth? Compatible wifi card are a little hard to find now. I think i might be able to get one for around $35 but it is hard to tell if it would even work with my old PDA. Plus I would rather give money to the community if some one was able to help me get it working.



Feature requests & roadmap / Add better native support for Neuros.TV
« on: March 17, 2009, 06:16:13 pm »

It works great now just point LMCE to Flash video on a whole could be a lot better on LMCE. Neuros does it about the best I have seen so far.

Users / Good US VOIP not listed in the Wiki
« on: March 12, 2009, 03:27:59 pm »
  I am using Vonage now and would like some thing that that is a little more LMCE friendly. I looked at the ones listed on the wiki and i don't think that they are going to work for me.

Here is what I need
-As cheap or cheaper than vonage's standard $24.99 plan
-Free calls to Canada (wife's family lives there)
-Able to use current WA (Area code 253) number

BroadVoice does not have a unlimited USA/Canada plan. It has a world plan, but it adds $5 in an international tax.

VoiceEclipse no longer supports phone number transfers, as per there tech support. The web site still lists it as a feature. Plus when I tried to call them it took 4 or 5 tries just to get someone to answer my basic questions.


Users / New to MCE/ first build
« on: March 11, 2009, 02:25:31 pm »

I found out about this project about a week ago using Stumble-upon. I ordered the parts for my first build last Sunday. I was going to go with a Neuros LINK I feel that this is a much better solution for me. I still have some question that i was not able to find in the forms/wiki. I am going for a standalone(for now) Hybrid system with one/two PDA orbiters.

My Build

NewEgg Order,

MSI K9N2GM-FIH AM2+/AM2 NVIDIA GeForce 8200 HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
AMD Athlon 64 X2 5050e Brisbane 2.6GHz 2 x 512KB L2 Cache Socket AM2 45W Dual-Core Processor
4GB of RAMhttp://
640GB HD
Bluetooth dongle
Smallest case  I could find with full hight PCI slots
Tira-2.1 OEM IR tx/rx

10/100 pci NIC
DVD drive
Harmony remote
wireless KB/mouse
2x HP iPAQ 2215

Still need a tuner card. I want one that is internal dual tuner atsc w/ hardware decoding, but in the forums I did not see any that appear to be working well yet. Please let me know if i am wrong on this.

And my questions,,,

Does the PDA/WinCE orbiter software work over bluetooth? I did not see must about WinCE in the wiki.

I use Fios for my internet and it is going to take a little rewiring to set my Linux box as a gateway/dhcp. It is going to take a paycheck or two to get the necessary hardware. Until then, am I going to have any issues setting it up as a standalone unit running off my current network. Leaving the internal network jack open.

Thank you.

Users / Might make a good MD
« on: March 11, 2009, 12:35:26 pm »

This might be something to keep an eye on. If it is not too much $$ it would make an OK MD. Too bad it still uses Intel 945GSE.


■ Small form factor fanless enclosure
■ Intel® Atom™ N270 1.6GHz processor
■ Low power consumption for HD playback 
■ DDR2 SODIMM slot support up to 2GB RAM
■ Wireless and HD TV tuner options
■ High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for HD output
■ Built-in CF socket, SD reader, two SATA II ports
■ ALC888 High Definition Audio Codec


■ Digital signage HD media player
■ Consumer Set-Top-Box/network media player
■ Portable Internet media appliance
■ High-definition media center PC
■ Multimedia presentation


Processor: Intel® Atom™ N270 1.6GHz processor
Chipset: Intel 945GSE+ICH7M
RAM: One DDR2 SO-DIMM Socket, up to 2GB
SATA: Two SATA II ports, SSD Support
IDE: One IDE CF socket, SD reader
USB: Four USB 2.0 ports
Video: One VGA, one HDMI 1.3, one Composite Video, one S-Video
Ethernet: One Gigabit Ethernet port
Hardware decoder video format support:
   H.264/AVC SP, MP and HP at Level 4.1 up to 40 Mbps
   SMPTE VC-1 SP, MP and AP at Level 3 up to 40 Mbps
   MPEG-2 MP at ML  and MPEG-2 MP at HL, up to 125Mbps
Uncompressed video output
• YUV 4:2:0, YUV 4:2:2
• NV12 planar YCbCr format
• YUY2, UYVY packed YCbCr format
• 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p support 
Power: 12V DC
Operating Temperature: 0°C - 60 °C
Dimensions: 205 x 153.2 x 48.2mm, 8.07" x 6.03" x 1.90" (W x D x H)

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