Fujitsu Japan announced its TX series of Media Center PCs, where both models feature a 37-inch 1920x1080 LCD with a Pentium-packing PC inside. The TX95S/D will have a Pentium D 820 chip running at 2.8GHz, with 1GB of RAM and a 600GB hard drive, while the TX90S/D has a P4 517 chip running at 2.93GHz, with 512MB of RAM and a 400GB hard drive. Even though both have two tuners that will let you record one show while watching another, one of the two tuners is digital and the other is analog. There was also talk of Blu-ray drive on board, but we assume that's not going to be offered with the initial release.
This all-in-one multimedia system is pretty impressive, but for those of us who depend on those dreadful cable services, the lack of CableCard support is a dealbreaker. The launch of these units begins April 14th with the less-capable TX90S/D selling for $3800, followed by the TX95S/D available in June for $5065.
Fujitsu TX Series with Blu-Ray Drive [Newlaunches]