Though Prolink isn't what you would call a "New" company, they have been rather quietly making VGA adapters and multimedia add-on cards. In 2000, they became a publicly listed company, and since then have been creating some pretty solid video products. Whether you're looking for 3d graphics cards, TV tuner cards, DVD/MPEG decoders, or even teleconferencing equipment, Prolink has something for it in their product line.
TweakTown has taken a look at a couple of video cards from Prolink recently, and they have fared pretty well against the competition. But today, we take a look into a new area of the company; namely the Prolink PixelView Video Maker MPEG II Decoder Card. We'll take a look at features, requirements and picture quality to see if it has what it takes to compete against the likes of the REALmagic Hollywood Plus card.
So, without further chatting, let's check out this new card!
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