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ATI adds first HD card to the All-in-Wonder lineup

by Brad Linder, posted Jun 26th 2008 12:31PM
ATI All-in-Wonder-HDOnce upon a time, ATI's All-in-Wonder cards were the cream of the crop. The lineup combines a TV tuner with a graphics card. That means you don't need to buy two separate pieces of hardware to capture TV signals and to display those signals on a monitor. But while other hardware makers have been busy putting out HD tuner cards, ATI has been stuck in the dark ages of standard definition.

Now it looks like ATI is back in the game with the ATI All-in-Wonder HD. This PCI Express card has enough oomph to capture HD video and to play back HD video on your PC. It features DirectX 10.1 support, an MPEG2/VC-1/H2.64 decoder, and Vista and AMD Live! certification. It also packs a DVI port and HDMI jack.

On the TV tuner side of things, the AiW HD can handle SD, HD, and ClearQAM signals.The card should be available in July for $199.

[via Engadget]

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So, I'm the only one with an ATI All in Wonder HD from 2 years ago?

Surely not.

June 30 2008 at 2:40 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
1 reply to Jim's comment

nope you are not alone, I bought mine in the summer of '06. But you know as well as me that ATi/AMD have not updated the software since then either.

July 01 2008 at 6:16 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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