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Logic 3 Super VGA Box with TV tuner

updated 11:45 am EDT, Tue October 24, 2006

Logic 3 Super VGA Box

Spectra Video is now selling a hybrid media device that it says is ideal for computer users for whom tight living spaces might limit the available space for a separate TV. Simple in nature, the Logic 3 Super VGA Box can accept and switch between video input from multiple analog sources. TV can be played directly through a coaxial cable courtesy of a TV tuner or relayed from an outside source through RCA and S-video ports. Logic 3's device connects to a Mac or PC through a VGA connection and can display one of its video sources in a picture-in-picture window, letting viewers track a TV show without interrupting their computer use. The Super VGA Box is available now for 60 ($112 US).

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