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That will be sometime in January, 2009. You'll get to vote on who replaces him (if you are a US citizen) on the second Tuesday of November, 2008. Until then...
On Sun, 23 Jul 2006 12:19:22 -0700, Donald McDaniel
You're right--there is *one* HDTV tuner that works on OS X, but it only handles ATSC. It took me awhile to dig it up.
There's only one Mac-compatible HDTV tuner on the market, AFAIK.
They probably don't want to spend the money to develop the software necessary to try to compete with heavy-hitters like ATI or Hauppauge. They basically own the Mac TV Tuner market, but they would be a very small fish were they to swim in the PC market.
Or you needed-wanted capabilities not provided by the integrated chipset you're currently using.
I'm talking about consumer-level cards, not products for professional musicians.
Why retool for no reason?
PCI and PCI Express are two totally different technologies--PCI Express is only called 'PCI' because there's name recognition going on. They are not, in any way, compatible with one another.
Yes it is, which is why most mobos these days have PCI Express chipsets in them. But that doesn't make PCI cards 'obsolete' or outdated.
It's something that snobbish elitists often engage in.
No, it isn't. That's a misconception that never *has* been true.
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On Mon, 24 Jul 2006 01:30:09 -0400, Mayor of R'lyeh Mayor, here I'm going to have to take issue with you: Not...