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Summary:

Looking for a good way to bring HDTV to your portable computer?  The FusionHDTV DVB-T USB converter fits in your hand and requires no external power adapter, drawing all its power from the USB bus on the computer.  Using the FusionHDTV you can record HDTV directly […]

Cold_fusion_usb_hdtv_1Looking for a good way to bring HDTV to your portable computer?  The FusionHDTV DVB-T USB converter fits in your hand and requires no external power adapter, drawing all its power from the USB bus on the computer.  Using the FusionHDTV you can record HDTV directly to your hard drive and also capture MPG video.  The little adapter lets you burn in DVD/Divx for burning to DVD using the included DVD burning software.  The FusionHDTV comes with a wireless remote control for easy use.  Pricing unknown.

Features:

  • Decoding and viewing of Digital Terrestrial Television
  • USB 2.0 high speed compatible
  • Supports all the formats of DVB-T/ Australian AS4933 specification
  • Supports DVB-T EPG
  • Real Time Digital Video Recording(DVR)
  • Scheduled recording
  • BDA drivers for 3rd party software
  • Supports S/PDIF sound card output for home theatre user
  • Recording stream cut-on-the-fly utility
  • High resolution still image capture
  • HD(MPEG2) to DVD/ MPEG4(Divx) conversion
  • Convertible Aspect Ratio(16:9 or 4:3)
  • Automatic & manual channel scan
  • USB remote control included
  • Time-Shifting
By James Kendrick

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  1. The BDA drivers mean that it should work with Windows Media Center, so with a MCE laptop you would have a nice portable and powerfull Media Center platform

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