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Sneak peek at Technomate's New Linux HD STB


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Enigma 2 Linux System
Up to 1080p High-Definition
1x DVB-S/S2 Satellite HD Tuner
320 MHz MIPS Processor
64 MByte NAND Flash & 256 MByte DDRAM
Internal SATA for internal HDD
Supports: Dolby True HD, Dolby Digital Plus & Dolby Digital
Supports: DivX, AVI, WMV, MKV, H.264, MP4, 3GP, VOB, Mov and more
SD to HD Hardware Upscaler
1x Smart Card Reader
2x USB Ports (for PVR, MP3, JPEG, Software Upgrade and more)
Ethernet Port
HDMI & Component Output
RF Modulator
2x Scarts
VFD Display

LAUNCH DATE: Mid-March 2010!!!

Thanks to Digidude for the info


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Very interested to see the pricing on this box as I want a new single tuner HD linux box which does Xvid (and as a bonus MKV but xvid is a must) and this seems to fit the bill. Hoping for around £200-220.


Is this not the 7100, and if not what is the model number, and what's the difference?:confused::)


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This is going to be a single tuner (7100 is triple) which should mean it is much cheaper. Also, it is based on Linux meaning it should have lots of images / user modifications available for the likes of cccam and other goodies.


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No official model number announced as yet logiciel. It's been referred to as a TM600HD but won't, as far as I know, carry this monicker when it hits the shelves in March. UR team are supporting, as they already do with TM's SD receivers.

Price wise this first one is said to be "extremely competitive" compared to the current HD Linux boxes on the market. There's a rumour of one or two more models to follow this initial release, offering extra features to those with bigger budgets. The first review of this new model is expected next week(ish!!).

Thanks to digidude, manic01 & ferret for the information.

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