A HTPC (Home Theater PC) is one diminutive machine which will sit quietly in your living room, ensuring you de-stress from a hard day’s work at the office. Well, the BryteWerks Model One is an interesting idea that has already rolled off production lines, where it will function not only as your resident HTPC, but will also come with a built-in High Definition projector as well. I do wonder what kind of efficient cooling system it uses, considering how projectors tend to get very hot, and with the Model One’s form factor being rather limited in terms of size, it is surely pure engineering win.

The BryteWerks Model One range will offer 16:10 widescreen images in 1920 x 1200 resolution thanks to a LCD Native WUXGA panel. Not only that, your audience will be able to enjoy an ultra-high brightness level of 6,000 to 11,000 lumens, a 1000:1 True Contrast Ratio, and a 1:1 throw of 1 foot to 50 feet. You won’t find it wanting in terms of processing power, where you can choose from a fully-integrated Intel Core i3 to i7 HTPC CPU, accompanied by a full featured, slot-loaded Blu-ray player, up to 2TB of internal storage, a 500GB SSD, and a custom version of XBMC. There are four models to choose from, with the price starting from $2,449 and hitting $2,999, $3,999 and $5,999, depending on the configuration you decide to pick up. [Press Release]

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