CNET Australia has some interesting news regarding an update to Intel's VIIV which will attempt to bring PC's back into the office. Despite being in the office, the Media Center PC will still be able to communicate with other components in the living through the use of Intel's new "digital media adaptors". This setup should allow the most flexibility we've seen to date for a multimedia-oriented system by allowing the PC to handle its traditional role in the office while retaining the multimedia functionality of a Media Center PC.
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