Date: December 20th, 2005
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
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Also included is the main I/O dongle for the videocard and an FM antenna for radio use. Both can be easily attached within seconds to the videocard.
The three I/O blocks consist of a standard composite input and separate output block. In addition there is a high definition block complete with digital audio and high quality component video connections.
And at last the latest All in Wonder model from ATI. The new X1800XL version can not be mistaken for any of the older version due to it substantial increase in size over the previous generation. This card is quite the heavy monster and is even bigger than the 6800GT videocard which until now I though was a big videocard. But I will cover this in more detail in the upcoming sections.
PRODUCT VALUE FOR THE MONEY
Now a lot of people are saying that laying down close to US$350-$375 bucks for a videocard is a little tough. But, when you add everything that comes with the package, it's actually quite a steal.
Take these prices for example (USD):
Adobe Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements 2.0 Bundle: US$149.99
GemStar's GuidePlus+: US$249 Lifetime Subscription (which is included with this card)
Remote Wonder Plus : US$49.99
Add those up: ~US$448.98 plus the actual value of the videocard. Now you see, for US$350 , you get nearly US$450 worth of value and that is not even taking in the videocard into the equation. These All in Wonder Cards bring hands down the best bang for the buck on the market. The software alone is worth more than the actual whole price tag.