Sony is the latest company to launch a home server

18th June 2004 at 01:00
* Sony is the latest company to launch a home server - a PC that is also a home entertainment system for storing and playing digital music, video and images. The RA104 is powered by a Pentium 4 chip, has a 250Gb hard drive and comes with built-in wireless networking. It also has a TV tuner and DVD DL drive (see above). Sony also bundles a wireless network receiver, which allows content stored on the PC's hard drive to be streamed to a TV or hi-fi system around the home.

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