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Asustek announces video enhancement card with HD capability
Press release, March 24; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 24 March 2008]

Asustek Computer has announced its Splendid HD1 video enhancement card, which is able to increase picture quality for HD content to deliver sharper, more vividly colored visual outputs. It can also enhance lower-resolution inputs by recovering image clarity when viewing legacy content for viewing on LCD TV or monitors as well as provide true HDMI with audio and HDCP.

The Splendid HD1 is able to automatically select the best possible display modes to deliver exceptional quality visuals in photos, video and games, according to Asustek.

Asustek Splendid HD1 video enhance card

Asustek Splendid HD1 video enhancement card
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