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Tuesday, 16 October 2007 17:17

AMD launches three new TV Wonders

Written by Fudzilla staff

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650 Combo USB and TV Wonder 600 PCI/PCI Express


AMD
has launched three TV cards, the ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo USB and the TV Wonder 600 in PCI and PCI Express flavors.

The
TV Wonder 650 Combo USB includes two TV tuners which allow users to watch Digital TV/HDTV, unencrypted Digital TV (ClearQAM) cable programming, analog TV, and listen to FM broadcasts. Of course, with two tuners you can watch and record a digital TV program while watching/recording an analog TV channel. You can turn your notebook into DVR and HD TV for $149.

The
Wonder 600 PCI and TV Wonder 600 PCI Express TV tuners feature ClearQAM but have a single tuner. Although not as feature packed as the 650, the 600 is cheaper, and the MSRP is $99.

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