Diamond has rebadged the ATI TV Wonder 750 USB dongle for the masses, where this nifty device is more than capable of letting you store a high-bitrate HD quality video for future viewing sans ads after a removal process. Granted, this is rather rare since most folks are more than happy to subject themselves to the wonders of Hulu and Netflix, but we guess there is still a small group out there who prefer an external TV tuner hooked up to their computer. It is capable of receiving virtually any over-the-air digital and analog broadcast signals available, including ATSC, DVB-T and Clear-QAM (unencrypted digital TV). Expect to fork out $50 for this, and even better news is its capability to work across the pond on your travels.
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