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Life|ware Launches Their First Entry Level Life|media Servers

Life|ware has launched their new entry level LMS-100 and LMS-150 Life|media Servers. Life|ware is now offering two media servers direct to consumers to provide end users with media servers that meet their personal entertainment needs. The Life|media LMS-100 is the starting point for an all-digital future. A true workhorse with both the power and the storage to gracefully manage all of your digital media pictures, videos, TV shows, movies, music and more in up to five zones in your home.

The LMS-100 features the following:
- CPU - 2.33GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor;
- RAM - 2GB;
- Storage - 500GB;
- DVD Drive;
- Tuners - 2 ATSC, 2 NTSC, 1 FM;
- Graphics Card - NVidia 8400;
- OS - Windows Vista Home Premium operating system.

With the Life|media LMS-150 consumers can up the ante to HD for receiving and recording high definition cable programming. With dual internal CableCARD-enabled tuners, consumers can simultaneously access multiple forms of broadcast content, including 2 live high definition digital cable feeds. The LMS-150 features:
- CPU 2.33 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor;
- RAM - 2GB;
- Storage - 1 TB, RAID 0;
- DVD Drive;
- Tuners - 2 CableCARD;
- Graphics Card - NVidia 8400;
- OS - Windows Vista Home Premium operating system.

Life|media is a Media Center PC optimized for complete digital entertainment and comprehensive home automation. With premium construction, benchmark internal components and the look and feel of a high-end A/V receiver, Life|media provides storage for digital music, movies, pictures, and recorded TV, plus instant access to Life|ware's complete home control via your home network.

The Life|media Server line includes 16 models, ranging from the new set-top Life|media LMS-100, a $2,500 entry-level media server to a four-rack unit, ultra high-performance edition Life|media LMS-754 which retails for $15,500. All models run the Microsoft Windows Vista OS and offer a range of Intel chipsets and processors.



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