Abit Media XP

Tuesday, July 16, 2002


Lodged deep inside a 5 1/4" chassis lies the Abit Media XP -- a large-capacity multimedia unit designed for pairing with the AT7 and IT7 "Max" series of Abit motherboards.

The Media XP is, primarily, an interface that allows users to store data on Memory Stick (MS), Compact Flash (1 & 2), and Secure Digital (SD) removable media cards.

That's not all though. The Media XP's more interesting features, in our minds, are its multimedia abilities; it comes equipped with a number of ports and connectors, including a microphone jack, a headphone jack, two USB 2.0 and an Firewire/IEEE-1394 connector.

Finally, just to fill things out, Abit has even slapped on a handy little IR sensor that allows users to control, say, a DVD-ROM or CD-ROM via remote control.

Next: Other details.


- MS (Sony Memory Stick)
- SD (Panasonic Secure Digital Cards )
- C/F (Compact Flash I & II)
High speed Interface
- USB 2.0
- 1394
- Headphone
- MIC or Line in
- Remote Control
- WinDVD (Support Dolby Digital/ DTS 5.1ch output )
- WinRip (MP3 5.1ch output)
- Microsoft® PowerPoint Presentation Point

- Digital Camera storage
- Easy to use USB 2.0 and 1394 interface
- NetMeeting/ MSN / ICQ
- Digital Audio support
- 5.1ch audio support
- Presentation
- Remote Control

- Media XP (1)
- Media XP installation and utility disk (CD-Title) (1)
- Remote controller (1)
- Internal install cable kit
     . USB 2.0 (2)
     . 1394 (1)
     . Audio (1)
- Optical cable (1)
- User's Manual (1)
- Retail gift box (1)

Suite: more details.

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