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Submitted by mpctips 597d ago | news

XBMC 12.0 "Frodo" Features HD Audio, Raspberry Pi Support

Maximum PC: XBMC 12.0, codenamed "Frodo," is now available for public consumption, though we must warn you that nergasms are likely to occur. Just peeking at the list of new features is enough to set one off, and we fully understand why the developers confidently state this latest release will "blow you away." HD audio support, including DTS-MA and Dolby True-HD? Check. PVR support? Check that too. Support for Raspberry Pi and Android? We need more checks. (Android, Raspberry Pi, Software, XBMC 12)

newsguy  +   597d ago
I still want a rasperry pi....mmm...pie...

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