Gearheads heeft een preview van de Elsa Erazor III eXtreme online gezet. Deze kaart heeft net zoals de ATi All-in-Wonder een video in- en uitgang, maar is gebouwd rondom de snellere TNT chipset. De Elsa 3D Revelator glasses maken tevens deel uit van dit extreme pakketje:
The Erazor III's 3D Revelator glasses are similar to the ones shipped with the Erazor II PCI that is alternating with the Erazor III for time on the testbed, expect that they are infrared instead of tethered. This is much more convenient, although the infrared glasses require a battery replacement after a year. They come in a classy ELSA sunglasses bag already, which is a nice touch.
There are a few features that I would have added to the TV I/O for the Erazor III. Consider this: You can hook the Erazor III up to 3 video input devices (Perhaps your cable box, your VCR, and your camcorder) and output to two of them (Your VCR and camcorder). Wouldn't it be nice if you could use the Erazor III as a video patchbox, so that you can dub between your camcorder and VCR? And wouldn't it be nice if you could also select your audio source while you are at it? Nonetheless, this is me trying to turn my computer into an entertainment center, so this is all just wishful thinking.