October 24, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
AVerMedia just announced another box for all of you PC entertainment lovers out there. The AVerTV Hybrid TVBox 11 promises theater-like quality for your PC or projector, all from a compact package.
The company says that the TVBox tuner turns any display or projector into a multimedia hub. In what way? Well, the unit does deliver over-the-air analog and digital HDTV. It’s also got an S-Video/component 2-in-1 cable, to connect other devices, such as game consoles, DVD players, and camcorders.
One of the TVBox 11’s highlights is picture-in-picture, so you can watch TV while you “work” on your PC. Another neat feature is that you can actually conceal (sort of) the PIP image, by selecting sizes that are 1/4, 1/9 or 1/16 of the screen. It also has a 13-channel preview, pause and closed caption features. AVerMedia also says that the TVBox 11 will support industry standard DVI input/output resolution up to 1920x1200 and VGA resolution up to 1280x1024.
The AVerTV Hybrid TVBox 11 is available now for $199.99.
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