Bij 3DGaming.com hebben ze een review van de ATI All-in-Wonder 128. Hoewel niet echt interessant meer nu de V3 en TNT2 voor de deur staan heeft de All-in-Wonder toch een paar leuke features voor video editing/capturing en DVD playback waarmee de kaart zich onderscheidt van de rest:
f you are looking for high-quality, studio-level PCI-based video capture for a mid-range system, you will probably have to look elsewhere; the All-in-Wonder 128 in its current form will not have the same level of quality as cards as you need -- that's why such cards can cost $1000 alone! For the home or small-business consumer, this product should be perfect. On these platforms, the All-in-Wonder 128 can use ATI's proprietary VCR 2.0 compression, which is quite good though not professional-grade. Far better than the ATI VCR 2.0 is the full real-time MPEG compression on the All-in-Wonder 128. I was a bit skeptical at first and was only able to allude to the support in my first preview, but when it was officially announced along with the Pentium III, I was naturally stunned. ATI has confirmed that MPEG encoding will be included out-of-the-box which means progress is ahead of schedule!