Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 12th Nov 2006 22:46 UTC
AMD AMD has stopped its work on the Personal Internet Communicator project after nearly two years of planning and development. The PIC was announced in late 2004 as a USD 250 headless computer, sporting a Geode x86 processor, 128MB of RAM and a 10GB hard drive. PIC was designed for 'emerging markets' where the cost of computer hardware is seen as prohibitively high.
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RE[2]: Going with the EFIKA
by jebb on Mon 13th Nov 2006 10:44 UTC in reply to "RE: Going with the EFIKA"
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The picture shows an optical SP/DIF output, if I'm not mistaken. Any idea which chipset drives the audio? If it's capable of outputing 44.1kHz without resampling, that could be the perfect basis for that mpd-based music jukebox I've been having wet dreams about...

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