ATI's TV Wonder knows a few tricks
Subject: Graphics Cards | October 5, 2006 - 02:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
After a false start with faulty capacitors, the relaunched ATI TV Wonder 650 is back on the shelves. Motherboards.org does a full review of this truly multifunctional card, at home in just about any HTPC application.
"For a MSRP of $129, the TV Wonder 650 brings a lot of capabilities to the computer. These include free OTA HDTV (with an amplified antenna
attached), cable television reception, a FM radio, a DVD Player, a Personal Video Recorder, and more. ATI is committed to releasing drivers
for this product once Windows Vista launches next year."
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