Sharp will make its first play for the living room PC space later this year with a machine that looks less like a computer and more like a consumer electronics product.
The combination of its size, shape, and an “HDD & DVD Recording” label along the center of the machine means it could be mistaken for a digital video recorder. It’s only when you start to use it – or look a little more closely and notice the discrete “personal computer” label on the front panel – that its real identity is given away.
The PC-TX26GS is a Windows XP-based personal computer with all of the standard software and a series of applications aimed at consumer electronics-type applications.
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