Why and how to build a Home Entertainment Personal Computer
About the Book
This 40-page tiny little book helps you understand what to expect from home entertainment system and how to build such a system in very simple language.
It should not take more than an hour to finish the book. It is sort of a coffee table book.
Note that it does not involve too much hardware details.
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Target Audience of Book
3 What does it do?
- 3.1 Basic Premise
- 3.2 Music / Audio
- 3.3 Pictures
- 3.4 Videos
- 3.5 Games
- 3.6 Listening on wireless headphone
- 3.7 File Operations etc
- 3.8 Downloading Hub
- 3.9 eBook Server
- 3.10 Family Video Call
- 3.11 Karaoke
- 4.1 Evolution
- 4.2 TV
- 4.3 Speakers
- 4.4 PC
5 Why not X?
- 5.1 Why not XBOX?
- 5.2 Why not android based small PC such as XIOS? / Why not Raspberry PI?
- 5.3 Why not use TV + NAS (Network Attached Storage)
- 5.4 Why not Apple TV
- 5.5 Why not Boxee instead of XBMC
- 5.6 Why not Roku
- 5.7 Conclusion
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