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hangar18

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Alienware Hangar18 Premium

Alienware's Hangar18 checks off most of the right home-theater PC boxes, with the core design, the variety of inputs, and its peripherals lending it a strong foundation. But from the poor Blu-ray software performance to the subpar bang-for-the-buck, this system could use some more work back in the mothership.

By Oct. 25, 2007

3 stars Editor's rating Oct. 25, 2007

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Alienware's Hangar18 HD Entertainment Center goes on sale

New media center from Alienware

By Jun. 5, 2007

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HP Pavilion Slimline s3200t

The HP Pavilion Slimline s3200t offers perhaps the strongest bang for the buck we've ever seen thanks to its HD DVD/Blu-ray hybrid optical drive and its strong overall configuration. It outclasses every other HD-equipped system we've seen so far. If you're shopping for a living room PC and want complete HD format flexibility, this is the system we'd buy.

By Nov. 15, 2007

4.5 stars Editor's rating Nov. 15, 2007

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Alienware mainstream media center gets a new name

New media center from Alienware

By Jan. 8, 2007

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HP Pavilion Slimline s3300

The HP Pavilion Slimline S3330f delivers a remarkable combination of features, value, and flexibility. It excels as both a traditional desktop, and a full-fledged living room PC, complete with a Blu-ray and HD DVD drive. Any nongamer in the market for a sub-$1,000 PC should put this system at the top of their list.

By Feb. 28, 2008

5 stars Editor's rating Feb. 28, 2008

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Sony VAIO VGX-TP25E Home Theater PC

You might be drawn in by the VAIO TP25's looks and features, but considering both its price and what it lacks, we hope you'll turn away. Other vendors offer similar capabilities for much less, and Sony charges way too much for this system's few advantages.

By Feb. 12, 2008

2.5 stars Editor's rating Feb. 12, 2008

MSRP: $1,999.99

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Logitech diNovo Mini Keyboard

If you're a home theater PC owner looking for the perfect input device, look no further. Logitech has melded the keyboard of a BlackBerry with a flexible cursor control pad into an attractive, coffee-table-ready package that will let you master your HTPC without cluttering up your living room with clunky hardware.

By Jan. 6, 2008

4.5 stars Editor's rating Jan. 6, 2008