Hot Hardware have taken a look at one of ATI's latest offerings, the All-In-Wonder Radeon 7500. Aiming for the user who wants a cheap multi-purpose Graphics/TV Card, ATI has come up with a sister product to the Radeon 8500DV line. Heres a snip:
"The quick installation guide provides a clear picture of how each component should be connected to external devices such as Camcorders, Televisions, or VCRs. This is accomplished using the ATI input adapter, which is an extension of the card itself. The ATI input adapter connects to the video in on the card and provides four external connections; S-Video Out, Composite Video Out, L. Audio Out, R. Audio Out. Although their names may imply they are outputs, they are in fact inputs. All of the necessary wires and connectors are available to help accommodate virtually any external device. 1 S-Video, and 3 RCA cables are included as well as an S Video to RCA converter. Probably one of the more innovative and exciting pieces of equipment to come with the All-In-Wonder is the remote control. We'll touch more on that later, but before we do, let's take a closer look at the card itself and cover some of it's finer points."