Just launched by ASUSTek Computer Inc, HDTV-SUITE HDMI is standalone TV box. In this mini CPU measuring box consists in a high definition TV machine with consumer electronics quality. To ascertain picture yielded is extraordinary, this TV machine applies various modern technology, among others is Advanced 3D Comb, Flash Tone Correction, Dynamic Deblocking, and Dynamic Anti-flicker Brightness Adjustment.
The user is just need to connecting this box with the computer monitor. Is not required any software installation. Acceptable monitor is 15 inches size and above or having resolution start from 1024 x 768 pixels. Not only becomes full HDTV device, monitor which connected with this box can become a multimedia center without having to turns on its CPU.
Before, video quality played around from computer is far from TV quality. That thing is because most computers doesn’t have picture processing unit that is usually found in TV device. But the limitation can be overcome with ASUS Splendid Intelligence technology. This technology can assist data analysis from various media and spectrum color that is visible by man eye, so that can create more motivated picture and color, seen so real, and life.
HDTV-SUITE HDMI also able to be connected to PS3, PS2, Xbox360, Xbox, or Wii, even with Blu-ray new generation DVD player. This box also has modern sketch form with touch sensitive control panel. So it is not only functional, but also pays attention to esthetics aspect.
Picture-in-Picture function enables user to do Internet browsing and looks on TV or play game at the same time. Moreover, user also able to enjoy total entertainment comfort pleasure with remote control and on screen display which can changes channel, chooses source input, and choice menu without having to leaves sofa.
HDTV-SUITE HDMI provides various input port, like HDMI, DVI/VGA, Line-in, VHF/UHF, S-VIDEO, composite video, and YPbPr. While for its output port; for example HDMI, DVI/VGA, and Line-out (for earphone or loudspeaker).Check This Out:DYMO DiscPainter CD/DVD Printer Review: Decorate Discs with EasePhilips Prestigo SRM7500 Review: Control Your TV and Your PCEye-Fi Card Review: Pics from Cam to PC, Without Wires