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ATI Technologies expanded its lineup of ALL-IN-WONDER graphics cards featuring advanced TV, radio and video capturing capabilities with new products powered by RADEON 9200, RADEON 9600 and RADEON 9600 XT offerings.

Available at different price-points, the novelties will complement existing ALL-IN-WONDER product family from ATI Technologies and its Add-in-Board partners. With the new introductions ATI is likely to be in a very competitive position against its main rival NVIDIA Corporation, who offers its Personal Cinema products based on GeForce4 and GeForce FX technologies via its AIB partners, but cannot provide so broad range of SKUs.

The list of newcomers from ATI includes the following:

  • ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 XT graphics card – based on RADEON 9600 XT VPU clocked at 525MHz and equipped with 128MB of memory working at 650MHz, this product features stereo TV tuner, FM tuner, dual D-Sub monitors and REMOTE WONDER II control. MSRP: $299.
  • ALL-IN-WONDER 9600 is available for $199, is based on RADEON 9600 and 128MB DDR SDRAM. The card features stereo TV tuner and REMOTE WONDER control.
  • ALL-IN-WONDER 9200 costs $149 and is fueled with RADEON 9200 and TV tuner. REMOTE WONDER is not included.

“ATI is offering affordable ALL-IN-WONDER products to a wide range of consumers including students and families as well as new technology followers,” said Godfrey Cheng, Director of Marketing, Multimedia Products, ATI Technologies.

All graphics cards should be available shortly, but were not listed in ATI’s web-store at press time.

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