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  1. #1
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    Videos: XCM VBox2 Advanced - Notebook PC VGA Box Arrives

    This weekend the XCM Team let us know of their XCM VBox2 Advanced alongside some videos, which essentially is a Notebook PC VGA Box that enable video game play on a laptop, netbook and desktop.

    Features include: Fully Compatible with Xbox 360?, Wii?, PS3?/PS2?, PSP 2000/3000 series?, Xbox? GameCube? or any device with component output.

    You can record gameplay, movie or take a screenshot of the gameplay to the hard drive so you can edit, use it as a wallpaper or record your gameplay for analysis.

    Compatible with Window 7, Window Vista and Window XP.

    Functions:

    1) Crystal Clear Picture Screen.
    2) Supports USB 2.0. Plug and play. Does not require any configuration.
    3) Supports Streaming Video. Can be stored in multiple formats including: (MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG-4/AVI/VCD/DVD/SVCD).
    4) Supports multiple picture file formats such as JPEG and GIF.
    5) Supports multiple input formats such as (NTSC/PAL/SECAM).
    6) Auto playback allows you to store in game action to your PC/laptop.
    7) Display settings can be adjusted such as Brightness/Contrast/Image Sharpness/Fullness/Color.
    8) Supports Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP operating systems.

    Those interested can check out the videos below!













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  2. #2
    CodeKiller Guest

    Question

    But how much does it cost?

  3. #3
    sk8r8sht Guest
    I wonder if its possible for me to use this with nvidia 3d vision to get 3d for my existing ps3 games or other systems.

  4. #4
    zeruth Guest
    I could definitely go for one of those... thanks for the heads up.

  5. #5
    caixaveloz Guest
    pretty design.. i like it, but about the price?

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