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Wednesday, March 16, 2005
Leadtek WinFast TV USB II Deluxe


Years ago, when computers with a 200MHz Pentium processor and 32MB of RAM were all the rage, we came upon device that came pre-installed Packard Bell PC. This device was a PCI TV Tuner Card.

This device was a PCI TV Tuner Card. Back then, the ability to watch TV on a computer was somewhat of a rarity. And now, while there are many more options available, its still pretty uncommon. However, users are no longer limited to simply watching. In fact, there are a myriad of other uses for this kind of device. One addition has been the ability to receive and even record FM Radio signals.

Today on HotHardware, we will be examining these features, and beyond that, we'll also be taking a look at the visual appeal and ease of use of Leadtek's WinFast TV USB II Deluxe. This product is well suited for those looking to watch TV on their PC's, and is also a decent choice for those looking to do a little media encoding. Would you like to record your favorite shows and cut out the commercials? Or maybe take all of your home videos off that deteriorating video tape? Reportedly, the Winfast TV USB II Deluxe gives users the ability to do all this, and more.

FromHotHardware.com



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