Silicon Mountain introduces the new Allio LINK series of internet video players and Home Theatre PCs (HTPC)/Media PCs/media streamers. In total, there are seven models, all can be connected to existing HDTVs and include integrated WiFi connectivity.
First of all, the Allio LINK ADTI-194500 is the entry-level internet video player powered by Intel Atom 330 processor, 1GB RAM and GMA950 graphics. It has 4GB CompactFlash for storage and runs Ubuntu Linux. VGA and S-Video outputs are provided. It is priced at $299.99. If that’s not enough for your, you can get the $399.99 ADTI-194510 that has a DVD burner.
The $659.99 Allio LINK ADTI-294500 is boosted by Atom 330, 2GB RAM and GMA950 graphics. It has a 8X DVD burner and integrated Hauppauge HVR-1250 Digital/Analog TV Tuner. It runs Windows Vista Home Premium. You can find VGA and S-Video outputs.
The ADTI-1G9300 ($899.99) and ADTI-2G9300 ($999.99) are similar. Both get integrated TV tuner, 2GB RAM, GeForce 9300 graphics and DVD burner. The former has Pentium Dual Core E5200 as processor while the latter sports Core 2 Duo E7200. They have HDMI output
The last two models are top-of-the-line offering 1TB Hard drive, GeForce 9300 video, DVD burner, TV tuner, HDMI output and Windows Vista Home Premium. The $1049.99 ADTI-2G9310 gets Core 2 Duo E8400 3GHz processor and 4GB RAM and the $1199.99 ADTI-2G9320 features Core 2 Quad Q8200 quad-core processor and 8GB RAM.