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Reviewed: ATi TV Wonder USB
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: April 29th 2001
Page: 3

Final Breakdown


Not the most seamless installation -- there's ample room for a novice or someone who doesn't read directions to get it wrong.


At $99.00, it's pretty normal - the same price you'd expect for a new-edition value card.


Everything's in order, but a few more options or higher quality capture would have helped.


It's a great idea for those who can't spare the space on some of the other TV tuner versions.  Works out quite well, and does its job with a minimum of fuss.


A good choice, if you need TV input capability and are unable to give a PCI slot.

Pluses (+)
  • Easy to use.      
  • Minuses (-)
  • Some minor incompatibility issues.
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