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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry November 9, 2007


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    May 13, 2004

    Graphics-card vendor eVGA.com is the first North American company to offer Nvidia Corp.'s newest and fastest Personal Cinema solution. The Personal Cinema FX 5700 integrates a DirectX 9.0-game-optimized graphics card with TV and radio tuners that turn any desktop into a time-shifting digital video recorder, with component-out video support for both high-definition and progressive-scan standard definition TV formats.

    The free Gemstar Guide Plus+ electronic program guide helps users surf and search for their favorite shows to record, while Nvidia's new ForceWare Multimedia software offers smooth DVD playback and creation of big-screen slideshows from digital photos. The card ships with full version of Ulead's DVD MovieFactory 2.5 and VideoStudio 7.1 SE for home-movie video capture, editing, and burning of home movies, TV, or any video source to DVD or CD.

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