ATI's Mid-tier Cards Bring HDMI and 1080p Support

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ATI's new Radeon HD 2400 and HD 2600 cards are hitting the streets today, bringing DirectX 10 and 1080p support to your desktop. The cards, which are clocked from 525MHz to 800MHz, range in price from $99 to $199. They also pack ATI's Unified Video Decoder, which helps decode high-def 1080p video. The cards are out now and will soon be available on pre-configured systems. Price-wise, they're not a bad way to give your system's graphics a kick.

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AGP is coming in a couple of weeks

You will never be able to plug in an HDMI cable and record HD or even pass it though your network. The only solution is a cableCard. Those you can only buy as a new computer.

HDMI out is huge though... HUGE! Now for a cheap Blu-Ray Drive!