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Tuesday, 10 July 2007 09:32

AMD launches ATI USB TV Tuner

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ATI TV Wonder 600


AMD has turned ATI into a brand name for retail products and it's almost funny to see ATI being used to push a USB TV-tuner product. However, the new ATI TV Wonder 600 does have some merits to its name.

For now, this product is US only, as it supports the American ATSC Free-to-Air digital TV standard. To its defence, ATSC is already HDTV, something that DVB-T used in Europe is not as yet.

The TV Wonder 600 also supports analog TV or cable TV input. It comes with PVR software, a credit card sized remote control, a telescopic antenna and it connects via USB 2.0.

It should be available in the US some time in September.

You can find out more by clicking here

Last modified on Tuesday, 10 July 2007 09:51
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