The Ablecom HD Multimedia Home Server

Taiwan based Ablecom Tech have an ideal home for Home Server in the works.


Known as the “CE-HE130S2 Series HD Multimedia Home Server” the unit relies on Windows 7 Media Center to manage media, but it could also be an ideal home for Windows Home Server.

Ablecom’s unit has just passed through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for certification and the following details have become available.

The unit is powered by the Intel Atom 330 processor and the nVidia ION GPU graphics chipset and supports 5.1 channel audio and has 2 memory slots. There is storage space for 2x internal 2.5 inch hard drives which can be further expanded via 8x USB 2.0 ports and 1x eSATA port.

Ablecom Front

For your multimedia needs the unit also has a slot-in Blu-ray drive (or optional slot-in DVD+/-RW Drive), a 4in-1 card reader, a mic in and headphone out port, a VGA/DVI/HDMI port, S/PDIF-out both coaxial and optical, and an optional TV Antenna Port.

Ablecom Back

The unit comes with 1x 500GB SATAII HDD, 1x 2GB DDR2 Memory, wireless b/g/n and gigabit LAN. Also Bluetooth v2.0 and a PS/2 connector for a keyboard are also included.

No details on availability or pricing at present although some details on the CE-HE130S2 are available from here.

Thanks to Wireless goodness for the bottom 2 pics.

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  1. diehard says:

    This is a cool box, the case looks like they are following the HP box. The sides look like the front of the HP box. I checked there site. They also have a 4 drive unit with a AMD chip.
    I hacked MCE2005 onto my HP EX490. But the extender part doesn’t work. I’d love to try my setup on this box since it has HDMI out.

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