AMD rounded out its latest wave of graphics updates today with the revival its popular All-In-Wonder brand. The new card blends both an entry-level Radeon HD 3650 video card with a Theater 650 Pro tuner, enabling users enjoy some gaming while also allowing them to watch and record over-the-air HDTV signals, unencrypted digital cable programming, and analog cable signals.
The card itself features a TV tuner input, an HDMI output and a standard DVI output, while an optional add-on bracket provides connections for component outputs, as well as S-Video inputs and outputs. Specs include DirectX 10.1 support, a 725MHz engine clock, 600MHz memory clock, in addition to MPEG2, VC-1 and H.264 hardware acceleration for all your HDTV needs.
Though not exactly a gaming powerhouse, it's nice to see the AIW series making a comeback. This card looks set to be a great option for Media PCs, especially with the limited amount of real estate in small form factor machines. Cards should be available in July under the ATI, Diamond and VisionTek brands with an estimated price tag of $199.