Anyware Introduce Two Powerful PCI TV Tuner Cards with S5 Power Up and Windows Media Center Remote
- 07 January, 2009 17:30
<p>Anyware Computer Accessories presented two powerful VideoMate models – VideoMate Vista T750F and T500F TV Card. VideoMate Vista T750F is a dual DVB-T and analog TV card provide free-to-air digital and analog TV shows watch and record at the same time. VideoMate Vista T500F is a hybrid TV card for watch and record digital or analog TV on your desktop PC. Both of these two models equipes Compro exclusive S5 (Shutdown) mode Power Up Scheduled Recording, FM tuning, and Video/Audio capture features. And also comes with the Microsoft certified Windows Media Center remote which gives users the control of Windows Media Center and self-develop ComproDTV 4 software.</p>
<p>Just simply press the green button of Windows Media Center logo on the remote, you can easily access and enjoy all the entainment features of Windows Media Center and also controls the ComproDTV 4. ComproDTV 4 is the latest version of software developed by Compro that enables digital/analog TV viewing, channel surfing, timeshifting, still frames capture, MPEG 2 and Transport Stream recording and playback, customizable channel order and flexible scheduled recording. In addition, the schedule recording list from Windows Media Center can be integrated to ComproDTV 4 for an easier schedule recording control.</p>
<p>In addition, both VideoMate Vista T750F and T500F are bundled with the easy-to-use Ulead DVD Movie Factory 5 SE software for DVD editing and authoring. With the Microsoft certified remote control for Windows Media Center and many incredible features, VideoMate Vista T750F and T500F brings you a new way to experience the sensations of digital entertainment.</p>
<p>Anyware is an official distributor of Compro products in Australia and NZ. Anyware is a wholesaler and does not sell directly to the public.</p>
<p>Distributed by Anyware Computer Accessories Sydney I Melbourne I Perth I Adelaide I Brisbane I Auckland</p>
<p>1300 ANYWARE (1300 269 927)</p>
<p>Steve Grant / National Marketing Manager / www.anyware.com.au</p>
<p>Sharon Chen / Marketing Communication Specialist / www.comprousa.com</p>
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