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Daily News Round #1 for June 16, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for June 16, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Jun 16, 2005 9:44 am

- AVerMedia Introduces new AVerTV Hybrid+FM PCI

AVerMedia Technologies have just released their new AVerTV Hybrid+FM PCI, a multi-capable TV tuner solution which accepts both standard analogue *AND* digital terrestrial. Not only this, but it'll play back both FM and digital radio signals as well. Full recording functionalities are available and the card is also Microsoft certified for use on WinXP Media Center Edition 2005.


Full details including specifications are outlayed in the official press release folks.


The world of television is changing. Since it was announced in 2003 that countries are now expected to start switching from Analogue to Digital TV, AVerMedia has been working on a product to provide a pain-free switchover solution. AVerMedia Technologies Inc. has today released its premier product from its AVerTV series, the 'AVerTV Hybrid+FM PCI'.


Unlike in the past, when a user would have to purchase different TV cards for different standards, the AVerTV Hybrid+FM PCI serves all. Current and future needs are covered saving users both time and money with the AVerTV Hybrid+FM PCI, which allows users to watch; both Analogue TV and Digital Terrestrial TV as well as allowing them to listen to FM or Digital Radio.


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