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What better way to interact with your Windows Media Extender PC than sitting in your easy chair with your feet propped up and controlling everything with your new Origami. That scenario will soon be a reality according to Todd Rutherford of Microsoft. The announcement was made […]

What better way to interact with your Windows Media Extender PC than sitting in your easy chair with your feet propped up and controlling everything with your new Origami. That scenario will soon be a reality according to Todd Rutherford of Microsoft. The announcement was made at the Media Center Boot Camp (unfortunate name this week) and promises to provide video streaming to the Origami anywhere in the house. Sweet.

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  1. I hope it actually comes to fruition… I remember hearing about a softare media extender in the past, codenamed Softsled if I remember correctly and it never ended up getting released.

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