In the old days of computers (you remember... about 10 years ago), these machines were just beginning to make an appearance in the average person's home. With a design that was set to become "industry standard", you could upgrade to a whopping 1-2MB of memory and had processors that matched the processing power of those that sent the Apollo rockets into space! Of course, multimedia was a new buzzword at this point in time and just something to be dreamed about.
Nowadays, however, computers have become so powerful that manufacturers are looking for more things for them to do on a near constant basis. TV tuner cards have been out for a while, but even the internal ones have often times been found to be lacking in the features department.
This brings us to the topic of today's article, the Compro VideoMate H900 board. It boasts many features and we'll take a closer look at them to see if this might be something worthy to put on your wish list.
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