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My man Bob, who happens to be a Pelham Sloane employee, shot me an e-mail this morning asking me to swing by their booth. I won't lie, I had no clue who Pelham Sloane was and what they had to offer, but now I am mightily impressed.

Pelham is the lone gem of CEDIA by providing something more computer-y and less home theatre-y. The PSynergy 1700 is an all-in-one computing solution. It may just look like a display, but it is an entire, powerful computer and sweet touch-screen display. The machines run Windows Media Center and are powered by Pentium M processors. It has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Z-Wave automation, Biomentric fingerprint reader, PCMCIA, USB, PCI, TV Tuner, 7.1 audio, component outputs, two Ethernet ports and more.

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This is the kind of machine that would be perfect around the house. Kitchen, hallway, living room, wherever. For the consumers, Worthington will be selling these machines for roughly $3,000 or so. Hit the jump for more pics.

Oh, and I forgot to mention. The panel around the display has touch controls that can change the volume and brightness, similar to the iPod. Sa-weet.

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