“We’ve kicked off this week’s CES coverage with a couple of product announcements.
First, AMD has introduced its new ATI TV Wonder Digital Cable Tuner that finally will allow PCs to record and play back digital and high-definition television via U.S. cable TV systems. Sadly, it comes with some daunting restrictions, as explained here …”
Here are some more Shows and Expos articles from around the web:
- CES 2007 Photo Gallery @ ThinkComputers
- CES – Arrived & Ready @ BCCHardware
- Road Trip To CES: Part 1 @ OCIA
- Road Trip To CES: Part 2 (The Blizzard) @ OCIA
- Road Trip To CES: Part 3 (The Last Leg) @ OCIA
- CES Unveiled 2007 @ ThinkComputers
- Ultra Announces the First Carbon Fiber Computer Case @ Legit Reviews
- OCZ’s 1000W ProXStream Power Supply @ Legit Reviews
- Pre-CES Coverage @ TheTechLounge
- BCCHardware Is Your One Stop For CES 2007 Info
- TFL Winter Fragfest 2006 Report @ MODTHEBOX
Source: The Tech Report
The Tech Report kicks off CES 2007 with a look at ATI’s newest TV Wonder, which features some nice HD capability. Using OCUR (Open Cable Unidirectional Receiver), a standard for digital cable tuners that cable companies use, you will be able to plug in a CableCard and record or watch. Most interestingly, this is not really designed as a standard graphics card, it sits in it’s own case and connects via USB 2.0.