G-Box Sigma Lowest Cost HTPC Ever



G-Box Sigma Lowest Cost HTPC Ever


Matricom 32GB/SSD 1.6 Ghz Dual-Core XBMC Gotham

Low cost and fast Windows 8 capable G-Box Sigma Linux HTPC from Matricom. XBMC Gotham plays videos at full 1080p and HD audio thru HDMI which makes this the perfect HTPC in a small compact package at an equally amazing price.







A Linux HTPC is not something for beginners, rather it's more for someone that wants to have a Linux computer to mess with at a low price. For everyone else a Roku, or Apple TV would be much better options. If you are someone that likes to tinker and want something more powerful that can do much more than a typical streamer, the G-Box Sigma is an excellent choice.







Matricom's G-Box Sigma is a fully featured computer that can run Windows 8, and with XBMC can act as a media center for your videos and music collection. Hook it up to a monitor or television, attach a keyboard or wireless entertainment keyboard with touchpad like the Hausbell Mini H7 and you have a powerful computer in a small powerful package.





G-Box Sigma Features:

* AMD E-350 Dual Core 1.6GHz Accelerated Processor
* Radeon HD 6310 1080p Accelerated 3D Graphics
* 2GB RAM (DDR3 SO-DIMM)
* 32GB SSD High Speed eMMC Hard Drive
* 6x USB 2.0 ports (2 front/4 back), HDMI, VGA, Mic, Line Out
* 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet (WiFi Capable via USB Dongle)
* Xubuntu version 13.04 Loaded
* XBMC Gotham 13 loaded w/Full 1080p Hardware Acceleration
* Windows & Linux OS Compatible
* 2x SATA, 1x eMMC, 1x Mini PCIe slot, 1x SO-DIMM PC3L DDR3
* Full cold boot to Xubuntu in under 30 seconds





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