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Leadtek announces TV capture card using ExpressCard interface
Press release, July 1; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 1 July 2008]

Leadtek Research has announced the launch of its latest hybrid TV capture card, the WinFast ExDTV2300 H which supports the ExpressCard interface.

WinFast ExDTV2300 H supports DVB-T and worldwide analog TV reception, including NTSC, SECAM and PAL standards, and allows full screen stereo/SAP support. The card also allows consumers to choose from formats including MPEG-4/2/1/WMV/VCD/DVD/SVCD for recording. Equipped with a 10-pin connector that supports component video input up to 480p, the card can capture video from cameras/camcorders/VCR/DVD players or even games consoles.

Included WinFast PVR2 software provides Time Shifting, Scheduled Recording, Power on/off by Remote, and TwinView.

Leadtek WinFast ExDTV2300 H TV capture card

Leadtek WinFast ExDTV2300 H TV capture card
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