Compro VideoMate V600 high-end standalone TV box

Compro VideoMate V600 high-end standalone TV box news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages.

| Jan 3, 2007 at 5:23 pm CST

Compro have just added a new product to their VideoMate family of tv tuner solutions, this being the VideoMate V600 high-end standalone TV box with support for resolutions of 1680 x 1050 / 1600 x 1200 / 1440 x 900 and 2D+3D Y/C Separation. The best thing about it is that its free from driver/software installations and incompatibility issues, you simply just plug it directly up to a monitor or projector and it handles everything on it's own.

For the full scoop on it, grab Compro's official announcement here.

The easiest way to enjoy your favorite TV shows! You don't need the PC system or software installation anymore. Compro Technology, a leading developer and manufacturer of multimedia products presented VideoMate V600 which is a high-resolution standalone TV box with up to 1680x1050, 1600x1200 and 1440x900 resolutions for watching analog TV shows on your CRT/LCD/PDP monitor. Free from driver/software installation and compatible problems with computers, just simply connect to your monitor or projector and TV cable/antenna feed, you can watch TV on your monitor easily.

The high-resolution of VideoMate V600 can fit 15" to 22" monitors including standard 4:3/5:4 CRT/LCD and 16:9/16:10 wide screen LCD/PDP. Also, for providing better video quality, VideoMate V600 built-in the professional 2D+3D Y/C separation and noise reduction chip with 3D motion adaptive deinterlacing brings you a crystal clear and sharp image on your monitor. More than this, VideoMate V600 provides the exclusive OptiMode scenes selection feature. You can select from 3 optimized scene modes for standard TV watching, video game playing, and movie watching (cinema mode will automatically enable the 3:2 Pull-down correction) to enjoy the high quality TV/movie watching and game playing from your LCD/CRT/PDP monitor.

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