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Short Take: Hauppauge touts WinTV cards

Hauppauge claims the most feature-rich model of its TV tuner card is selling almost as well as its basic model. The New York company's WinTV card lets users watch TV (or other video sources) on a PC running Windows 95, 98, or NT, in a resizable window. The WinTV model 401, which includes all the basic WinTV features plus stereo TV sound and a built-in stereo FM radio, goes for $129.95. A basic card costs $50 less.

Hauppauge claims the most feature-rich model of its TV tuner card is selling almost as well as its basic model. The New York company's WinTV card lets users watch TV (or other video sources) on a PC running Windows 95, 98, or NT, in a resizable window. The WinTV model 401, which includes all the basic WinTV features plus stereo TV sound and a built-in stereo FM radio, goes for $129.95. A basic card costs $50 less.