Looking for a product that won't be obsolete any time soon? Then TAW's new ROCK PRO is the unit for you. The newest addition to TAW's line of video processors uses installable input devices to ensure that the processor is always compatible with the latest technology. The first available device allows high-definition ATSC, NTSC, and PAL/YUV/RGB/RGBHV inputs. The ROCK PRO will scale to 480p through 1536p in 2-pixel vertical and 8-pixel horizontal increments. Look for additional input devices, like DVI and FireWire, in the future. What's the price of a processor that will never be obsolete? It's all yours for $8,199.
Terk is introducing their first indoor HDTV antenna. The HDTVi has an operating bandwidth that covers both UHF and VHF frequency ranges—channels 2 though 69—to provide reception of all local standard-definition and HDTV broadcasts. The value is two-fold, as the HDTVi accesses free off-air HDTV programming with full resolution and is available for a mere $40. The compact, easy-to-install HDTVi is just the thing for apartment dwellers with limited space or without free reign on the rooftop; it's also ideal for anyone who's seeking to avoid the entanglements of an outdoor-antenna hookup. It's pretty snazzy looking, to boot, with a high-gain antenna array in polished aluminum that can be oriented either horizontally or vertically within its mounting base for optimum signal capture.