Pinnacle has launched its latest PCTV HD sticks to deliver HDTV on a PC. It supports unencrypted digital cable (Clear QAM) channels and includes a next generation tuner/demodulator with both analog and digital TV signals.
The latest PCTV HD Sticks offer the users brilliant sharpness of digital HDTV with resolutions up to 1080i. It can easily be connected with the USB port on the PC. The ClearQAM feature permits cable TV subscribers to enjoy digital channels at optimal quality by connecting the digital cable directly to the PC.
The laptop user, travellers and students will find the Pinnacle PCTV HD and HD Pro Sticks quite easy to use. They can have a great experience of HD-quality TV at home.
“With the February 17th, 2009 shut down of analog television approaching, users are considering cost-effective alternatives to paying for cable and satellite TV or buying a new HD TV,” said Tanguy Leborgne, Pinnacle Systems Vice President of Worldwide Marketing. “At just $99 U.S., the new PCTV HD Pro Stick can provide consumers with savings of up to $1,000 on their subscription fees and it even works as a Personal Video Recorder (PVR). All you need is your laptop or desktop computer.”
The Pinnacle PCTV HD Stick is now available at cost of $69.99 and $99.99 respectively through leading retailers and online resellers with U.S. The device is fully certified for Windows Vista™ and Windows® Media Center.