VIA VT1622A TV Encoder bridges digital-analogue divide

VIA Technologies has launched the VT1622A TV Encoder with enhanced text resolution capabilities to drive digital entertainment into the living room.

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By  Vijaya Cherian Published  September 1, 2003

VIA Technologies has launched the VT1622A TV Encoder with enhanced text resolution capabilities to drive digital entertainment into the living room.

The increasing demand for the display of digital information and multimedia content on television screens has led to a surge in digital convergence products. Convergence of PC systems with traditional home and business appliances has in turn, led to the development of new technologies to bridge the digital-analogue divide.

The VIA VT1622A digital TV encoder fulfills this by enabling the display of digital information on analogue television sets and the new generation of standard definition digital televisions (SDTV). With enhanced text quality, the VT1622A provides flicker-free viewing across key global video standards such as NTSC and PAL.

“The VIA VT1622A TV encoder will greatly enhance VIA’s platform capabilities for total connectivity solutions for the home, office and school, such as through our EPIA series of small form factor mainboards,” comments Steve Chen, product manager for VIA Multimedia.

“With its enhanced text resolution capabilities, this new TV Encoder will make it much easier for users to navigate their PC environments using non-PC display devices,” he adds.

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