Retrieved from ” https: Video cards ATI Technologies products. Regular, [22] MB, DV [23]. We like the capabilities of the All-In-Wonder family of cards, and this one looks to be another member of the same quality. This page was last edited on 15 November , at September 30, February 25, Europe, Pro variant. Regular, [15] Pro [16].

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This is probably just a way for ATI to save on some costs. Still, the full motion video playback and recording features, as well as the hefty software bundle add to the desirability of this card.

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The X XL A-I-W handled graphics as well as any high-end card can be expected to do, but many of those on the market for an All-in-Wonder ATI card would probably prefer something a little less bulky and pricey in the graphics deptbut still have 0206 features of the newer A-I-W. The price is still a big factor in how desirable this card will be to the individual user, especially as we are dealing with a much ai powerful card for gaming.

Later products also comes with a Remote Wonder remote control and a USB RF receiver to receive radio frequency signals from the remote. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me.

How can we say this?


Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. Current technologies and software. The performance of this software is quite good, and while it isn’t quite as efficient as a hardware solution, the versatility and potential of this software makes up for any shortcomings. This means that ATI really shouldn’t look at the advanced filtering features of the Theater as an advantage over the Theater for All-In-Wonder products.

As far as availability goes, we have another “proving ground” situation for this launch, as we won’t know for sure if the card will actually be buyable today, the day of the launch, but we are giving ATI the benefit of the doubt. Post Sti Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. Today, ATI’s driver includes some highly optimized methods to transcode video. There’s also a small gold colored casing for the tuner in the top corner.

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Top that off with the fact that ATI has just introduced H. Currently, the only operating systems fully supporting TV capture with these cards are Microsoft Windows XP,98, and Now lets take a look at some of the features of this card. We will also be looking at the performance of the A-I-W PCI-e in some gaming tests, to see how this version of awi X handles a couple of games at different resolutions.

XT, [17] Pro, [18] Regular [19]. We like the capabilities of the All-In-Wonder family of cards, and this one looks to be another member of the same quality.


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ATI All-In-Wonder 2006 Edition (PCI-E, 256 MB)

Because it’s based on a budget part, the A-I-W looks like a much more practical alternative for an All-In-Wonder solution, if not quite as impressive. Interestingly, while the A-I-W architecture is based on the X, it’s clocked lower than a standard X Pro which we tested in our X series launch articlesand we will compare the two in the performance test section.

We’ll keep our eyes open. Archived copy as title. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. We’ll be looking at these features more closely later in the review.

The All-in-Wonder line debuted with the Rage atk series. This still leaves the lack of hardware encoding support on the Theater chip. Retrieved from ” https: Note, Adobe Photoshop Elements is not included as it was with the X version, making the software bundle a bit smaller for the A-I-W We were impressed by how much gaming power the card had on top of the video features, but questioned how practical it would be given the price.

Again, this is not a big issue.

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