We were impressed by how much gaming power the card had on top of the video features, but questioned how practical it would be given the price. This is probably just a way for ATI to save on some costs. The All-In-Wonder series offer various multimedia features such as TV playback and recording, as well as online program downloading and scheduling for recording shows. This means that ATI really shouldn’t look at the advanced filtering features of the Theater as an advantage over the Theater for All-In-Wonder products. Still, the full motion video playback and recording features, as well as the hefty software bundle add to the desirability of this card. September 30, February 25, Europe, Pro variant.
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ATi All-In-Wonder Video Card – Reviews, Specifications, and Pictures –
Top that off with the fact that ATI has just introduced H. Today, ATI’s driver includes some highly optimized methods to transcode video. Interestingly, while the A-I-W architecture is based on the X, it’s clocked lower than a standard X Pro which we tested in our X series launch articlesand we will compare the two in the performance test section.
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Still, the full motion video playback and recording features, as well as the hefty software bundle add to the desirability of this card. Currently, the only operating systems fully supporting TV capture with these cards are Microsoft Windows XP,98, and We were impressed by how atii gaming power the card had on top of the video features, but questioned how practical it would be given the price. We’ll be looking at these features more closely later in the review.
The All-In-Wonder 2006 PCIe Edition: The Latest Multimedia Solution From ATI
Regular,  Pro . The price is still a big factor in how desirable this card will be to the individual user, especially as we are 22006 with a much less powerful card for gaming. There was an article a little while ago that stated that the x series wouldn’t need a Crossfire master-card so any x card should, in theory, be able to complete the Crossfire system right? Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment.
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We will also be looking at the performance of the A-I-W PCI-e in some gaming tests, to see how this version of the X handles a couple of games at different resolutions. XT, alw Pro,  Regular . Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Archived copy as title. Because it’s based on a budget part, the A-I-W looks like a much more practical alternative for an All-In-Wonder solution, if not quite as impressive. But that said, the A-I-W has a lot of potential, so lets go ahead and take a look at the card.
The X XL A-I-W handled graphics as well as any high-end card can be expected to do, but many of those on the market for an All-in-Wonder ATI card would probably prefer something a little less bulky and pricey in the graphics deptbut still have the features of the newer A-I-W.
ATI All-In-Wonder 2006 Edition (PCI-E, 256 MB)
How can we say sti Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. Now lets take a look at some of the features of this card. Each of the All-in-Wonder Radeon cards is based on a Radeon chipset with extra features incorporated onto the board. It was introduced on November 11, Current technologies and software. Note, Adobe Photoshop Elements is not included as it was with the X version, making the software bundle a bit smaller for the A-I-W Log in Don’t have an account?
Again, this is not a big issue. As far as availability goes, we have another “proving ground” situation for this launch, as we won’t know for sure if the card will actually be buyable today, the day of the launch, but we are giving ATI the benefit of the doubt. All in all, the inclusion of the Theater over the Theater isn’t something to worry about. Later products also comes with a Remote Wonder aati control and a USB RF receiver to receive radio frequency signals from the remote.