PCAudioLabs Intros New Windows Audio Workstations

Sep 24th, 2007 | By | Category: Computer Hardware, Podcasting Hardware

Audio PCPCAudioLabs has introduced two new digital audio PCs, Solar and Lunar, to their Create product line.

Both systems come equipped with dual hard drives, dual video outputs, 8 USB ports, 2 Texas Instruments FireWire ports and 2 Gigabytes of RAM. The systems are “optimized and tweaked” for demanding audio production.


  • Intel Core2 Duo 1.8GHz
  • 2GB DDR2-667 RAM
  • 80GB SATAII Hard Drive
  • 320GB SATAII Hard Drive
  • Onboard Dual VGA + DVI
  • 18x DVD +/- RW Drive
  • Quiet Operation

Solar and Lunar are available now starting at $1099.

No Responses to “PCAudioLabs Intros New Windows Audio Workstations”

  1. Bill Shirley says:

    How telling is it that this machine comes installed with Microsoft Windows XP on it (8 months after Windows Vista was released)?

    (that’s rhetorical)

  2. Tom says:

    Its certainly not the fault of Microsoft. Hardware and software manufacturers in the recording industry tend to ride on the sales of their current products rather than spend the money on the resources to re-write their apps ands drivers to be compatible. Some simply don’t have the time, being that they are small companies and they are faced with supporting 3 operating systems now (XP, Vista 32, and Vista 64). Windows Vista rocks, but not too many apps are compatible yet, making it obviously a bad choice for musicians and producers.

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