ATI HDTV Wonder

If you've been looking for away to add HDTV to your home-built digital video recording PC, ATI is getting ready to release their new HDTV Wonder card, which at $199 will be one of the least expensive ways to record over-the-air HD signals on your computer. The card isn't without  drawbacks; while the ATI chip is capable of supporting QAM modulation (a cable TV delivery system) they've chosen to disable its use for the HDTV Wonder, and it also stores the files in a slightly non-standard manner. Even so, it's a good sign for things to come.

[Thanks, Stephen]

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