Okoro OMS-CX100 media PC announced

I won’t be exaggerating if I said that computers have invaded every inch of our living space today. From helping us to do simple tasks like paying utility bills to connecting us with our friends and family around the globe, they have become omnipotent and omnipresent. We even change the way we sit in a chair – see the best gaming chair 2017.

Computers are no longer hulking, bulky pieces of machinery that took up a lot of space when they were first introduced. Technology has become so advanced that we have computers that fit inside the palm of our hands. From tablets to smartphones to laptops and notebooks, they come in all types of sizes and shapes to meet your needs.

Electronics have a relatively shorter life span than other types of gadgets. Also with the constant advancements in technology, existing devices are fast becoming obsolete and are being replaced with newer ones. So the obvious question is how do we responsibly discard our computers?


Wastes generated from computers and their hardware components are categorized as E-waste. There is a lot of toxic chemicals such as mercury, cadmium, Zinc and lead in your computers and their monitors.

It is sad that there is so much of e-waste that still gets dumped along with our regular waste. What’s even worse, these are being quietly shipped by developed countries to be dumped in countries like Ghana. This why correct disposal of e-waste has become the need of the hour.


Most often the reason for selling your computer or other smart devices is not because it stopped working. But because, there is a new and upgraded version of the same device in the market that promises to make more wonders.

In such cases, you can consider selling your computer on sites like ebay or craigslist. Not everyone might want to have the latest technology or want a super-fast computer. Simple tasks like e-mail don’t require a computer with the highest configuration. Plus you can use the money from your sale to fund your next purchase.


You can also donate your computers and other related hardware to charities. You can connect with the people in your locality or find organizations that collect them on behalf of charitable institutions.


Many of the computer components can be recycled. The good news is that many computer manufacturers have their own recycling programs. The best way to know is to check their website or call them on their toll free numbers. Another option is to recycle the components through your local community program.


One way to make the most out of your old hardware is to repurpose it. You can breathe new life into your old computer by installing new software and using them for your kids or grandparents for simple word processing tasks and gaming.

Another way to repurpose your old hardware, in case they completely stop working is to get creative. You can turn them into art pieces or even use them as furniture. There is no limit to your imagination.

Keep it

Another great option is just to keep your old computer at home even if you buy a new one. This is because your new machine being an electronic device can go down for any number of reasons. But you will at least have a backup device to use until the problem is rectified.

Okoro Media Systems has released a new media desktop series with CableCARD technology. The firm says the CX series are entry level Digital Entertainment Systems available at $1795. The CX100 sports all the standard specs which you expect from an HTPC. “Customers now have a stylish entry level system with the muscle to handle CableCARD now and Blu-ray or HD-DVD formats in the future. This allows us to give our customers an entry level machine with our standard options and functionality while allowing them to upgrade at their own pace.” says Christopher Curry VP of Sales and Operations. The system is based on 2.33GHz Core 2 Duo E6550 processor and features up to 4GB RAM, max 4TB of storage (via 4 1TB 7200 RPM SATA hard drives), dual layer DVD burner, NVIDIA 8500 GT w/256MB with HDCP Output, ATI Digital Cable Tuner, Microsoft Media Center Remote Control, and Vista Ultimate / XP Pro.