- Jan 3, 2002
If it uses a standard replaceable video card it may be a viable dorm computer compared to an iMac - sort of reminds me of an updated version of the black Mac.Northgate's Integra features a built-in sub-woofer and 5.1 channel speaker jacks as standard specifications. Users can enjoy full sound effects by the use of an X-earphone delivering 4.1 channel speaker quality sounds, or use with external speakers to deliver full 5.1 surround sound. The Integra comes standard with DVD, and CDR-W, and easy to use DVD software. Furthermore, Northgate's Integra is offered standard with firewire interface and four USB 2.4 ports for maximum performance in downloading video and high-speed connections to external peripherals. The Integra is also offered standard as a network ready, as well as Internet ready.
Enjoy live TV or DVD, and listen to great sound system including FM Radio. Capture and record TV or video files, as well as record DVDs with the optional recordable DVD player. TV feature includes remote control and support international TV standards (NTSC, PAL, SECAM).
Oh, man, that was good. I am actually laughing over that one.!~Originally posted by machagheid
Just uncovered the latest Wintel Box design (Another cleverly concealed ALL IN ONE)