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|13th December 2004, 20:03||#1|
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ATI TV Wonder USB 2.0 In-Depth Review
"Things have changed with the TV Wonder USB 2.0, which has about less than half a second of lag. While still not ideal for the most intense gaming situations, the lag is light enough that mowing down the Covenant in Halo 2, dropping off passengers in Crazy Taxi, and owning your opponent in Super Smash Brothers is indeed possible after a minute or two of adjustment to get the timing down, although your mileage may vary. RPG games like Final Fantasy run smooth as silk."
For PVR Fans:
"We were all amazed at how many different ways there are to record the same program. Apart from the standard recording based on a schedule or one-touch recording found in all PVRs, the TV Wonder USB 2.0 can automatically time lapse record a specified number of frames per minute / hour / day, or by manually clicking. There's also a motion-triggered recording feature that is particularly useful in home surveillance setups or when watching a shopping network. When a selected area of the screen has movement beyond a certain threshold, recording will begin either normally or in time-lapse for a set amount of time."
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