The Reycom REC 7 is a Windows powered smart TV box

[CES 2011] Looks like stories about Microsoft coming out with their own smart TV box turned out to be true. Over at CES this week, Microsoft has revealed its own set top box TV solution that runs on Windows Embedded Standard (based on Windows 7) and Windows Media center. One of the boxes, REC 7, will be manufactured by Reycom, a Swiss company and will feature a TV tuner, access to internet content and a Blu-ray player. The REC 7, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and NVIDIA’s Ion graphics system, will also work as a DVR to stream video around the house to PCs, Xbox 360 consoles, and home servers. It will come with a remote control it but WP7 phones can also be used as to operate the device. The REC 7 will be shipping in Q1 this year, though no prices have been announced. Would you be interested in owning a Windows-powered Smart TV?

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