MECO command center does it all

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 15th, 2009


Pearing Core Systems’ MEdiaCOre or MECO system is a digital command center/ convergence device that is basically a compact, hand-crafted cabinet for your living room. The unit runs off of a full-featured PC powered by Windows Media Center. It uses the Internet and your home’s audio, video and other automation to manage your digital life all from one place.

You can watch Internet movies and television, stream Internet radio, listen to MP3s and check out your digital photos and video. The device also helps to eliminate all of your media clutter, because MECO has two cable boxes, a wireless router, Blu-Ray and DVD-RW/CD-RW drives built right into the system, with room to integrate your own components, like iPods and game consoles.

If that isn’t enough, why not automate your home and control your lighting, security, etc. MECO will also send digital content wirelessly to all of your WiFi-enabled devices. Pretty sweet. Pricing starts at around $5000

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