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Leadtek launches a hybrid TV box for notebooks
Press release, March 14; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 14 March 2008]

Leadtek Research has announced its latest portable hybrid TV box, the WinFast DTV200 HU. The TV box features a palm-size design with USB 2.0 plug-n-play interface and supports both analog and digital TV and FM radio.

The WinFast DTV200 HU supports high-definition terrestrial DVB-T and worldwide analog TV reception, including NTSC, SECAM and PAL standards. With new de-interlacing technology, it provides quality video without flickering, the company highlighted. The hybrid TV box also supports HDTV and Dolby Digital AC3 audio.

Leadtek WinFast DTV200 HU hybrid TV box

Leadtek WinFast DTV200 HU hybrid TV box
Photo: Company

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