ATI introduces the All-in-Wonder 2006 PCI Express (Powered by Radeon X1300) for quality picture, gaming, video editing and TV/PVR on your PC. Step-up to the all-in-one TV/PVR, video editing and gaming card for a complete digital multi-media system. The All-in-Wonder card delivers superior visual performance for all types of entertainment and productivity on your PC. This all-in-one card delivers 3D hardware acceleration, TV and FM radio on your PC with PVR capabilities, video editing and software, interactive program guides, stereo FM tuner and input output capabilities for multimedia devices such as DVD players, VCR’s or camcorders. Enjoy the immersive visual experience ATI’s All-In-Wonder 2006 PCI Express brings.
Take Your PC to the Next Level
The All-in-Wonder card will give you all that you can imagine to set up on your PC. Now is the time to have the ultimate digital experience. The All-in-Wonder 2006 PCI Express (Powered by Radeon X1300) delivers more than just great performance for PC gaming. It also brings a suite of features you can select from. See the highlights of each feature below to help you make the decision to choose this product to build your PC system into a multimedia Center!
A LOT going on in there for one card10/27/2006
Pros: Card and drivers installed without even one single issue (that's big). The tuner/capabilities are much more sophisticated than the card it replaced (not ATI). The remote (which you have to order separately for an added shipping charge - offer is a little obscure on the bottom of a carton end flap) does tons of stuff - I can't imaging trying to run this without the remote. Very versatile media watching/playing options. I am using two flat panels (one digital, one analog) for video editing and you can connect an additional TV as well (but not HDTV if also using two displays). So "versatile" is key word here. Cons: The shipping charge to get the remote. The tuner is having a problem actually tuning channels higher than 60 and there is no frequency tweaking option I can find (although it measures signal strength of those channels at 100% - I BELIEVE this is something I will get straightened out - but may be wrong). You really have to learn how to outsmart the three or four places you can access to change setup settings (channels and audio and viewing styles are easy, but preferences are a little maze-like) -- I find myself saying, "now where did I see that? - oh - it must have been over here" a lot! The "this is how you would set up connections" to do this or that "help guide" has illustrations that are almost comically complicated (I'm an engineer and - WOW - who can follow that?)