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| Posted: May 26, 2004 2:16 am

- Compro Technology at Computex Taipei

Compro have announced a new line of USB 2.0 TV Tuner boxes fitting in to their "VideoMate" series which allow users to watch and record analog TV programs on their PC. Several new products have been introduced within the VideoMate range such as the VideoMate Action, VideoMate Action Ultra, and VideoMate Tiny (designed exclusively for laptop users). They also let us know of their plans to release a full range of DVB tuner solutions at this year's Computex in Taipei, allowing both analog and digital TV reception. Plenty more information on each of the new products within the supporting PR.

 

Compro Technology, a leading developer of digital video, TV and data broadcast receiver products for computers, will release a full range of the USB 2.0 analog TV solutions called VideoMate Action USB 2.0 that allows users to watch and record analog TV programs on their desktop computer or notebook via a USB 2.0 port.

 

Two products are included in the Action series: VideoMate Action and VideoMate Action Ultra. The VideoMate Action products are designed with an air/cable-ready TV tuner. Install the VideoMate Action on your PC or laptop's USB 2.0 port and you're ready to watch TV in a resizable window, right on your PC screen! Both products are without need of an external power adaptor and suitable for both desktop and laptop users.

 


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