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Old 19th January 2009, 17:06   #1
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Default ATI TV Wonder Combo PCI Express Card Review

Overall I am impressed with the TV Wonder 650 Combo PCI Express card. For those wanting an alternative to buying a converter box or a new TV, the TV Wonder Combo PCI Express card may be for you as it allows you to use your computer monitor as a HDTV. As most LCD monitors are fully capable of 1280x720 output, this results in the ability to watch HDTV straight on your computer without additional purchase. If you have a higher resolution monitor such as the Optiquest 24" monitor I used in this review, the TV Wonder 650 Combo PCI Express card will allow you to do 1080p HDTV without buying a large screen TV. It also allows you to connect various devices to capture video or screenshots from your video game console or camera to your PC.

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