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Monday, 28 January 2008 16:20

Power Color launches TV Wonder HD 600

Written by Sanjin Rados
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DistreeXXL:
A lower-priced, DVB/T/PAL, Secam tuner


PowerColor
has launched a revamped TV Wonder card, and this time it's a TV Wonder HD 600 card, based on the HD600 multimedia chip. This is, in fact, a modified, or rather crippled 650 series TV tuner card, but thanks to this it ends up much more affordable than its predecessor.


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The card uses one PCI Express X1 slot, and costs under
99, while it's older brother, the HD650, is priced at €149. The card supports digital DVB-T and PAL/SECAM. There's also an NTSC version for the U.S. market.

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