Intel PCs target the digital home
Chip giant Intel has set its sights on the digital living room with its own flavours of entertainment PCs designed to act like media hubs for the home.
Its Viiv (pronounced like "five") computers will use Intel dual-core processors, chipsets, software and networking capabilities.
Coming in various forms, they will let people control media with a remote.
Making the announcement, Intel said the computing technology was specifically designed for the "digital home."
The computers with Viiv technology inside will be controlled in a similar way to TVs, with every device coming with a remote control.
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