EAZYLOOK and Windows XP Media Center Edition
EAZYLOOK Technology is none other but a media interface intended for ATI MMC management in case Remote Wonder remote control system is involved. In this case the user is supposed to be at a certain distance from the computer system, or the video signal is output to a TV set, projector or plasma/LCD panel, so one needs a simple menu with large visible items, which would be easy to understand and navigate from a distance.
EAZYLOOK interface works just as the manufacturer claims it should turning the PC into a multi-media center, which is as easy to play with as any other consumer electronics product. The system reacts fast enough to the user’s actions, although in some cases, you can still notice certain delays when you move through menu items or switch TV channels.
EAZYLOOK can be used only in systems with Windows XP Professional or Home Edition, because Windows XP Media Center Edition already has its own multimedia interface integrated. In the latter case, all you need to do is install ATI drivers. The only limitation in this situation will be the need to rescan the channels anew, once you switch from DVB-T to PAL or vice versa, because Windows XP MCE doesn’t allow the tuner to work in two different modes simultaneously.