Ars Technica heeft een review gepost van de ATi All-in-Wonder 128. een kaartje dat net zoals de 3dfx V3-3500TV en Elsa Erazor III eXtreme is voorzien van allerlei komische TV Tuner en video-in/out features:
For the hardcore gamer and tweaker, this card is probably a pass. Its distaste for non-orthodox FSB speeds, 16MB of RAM, and good-but-not-great 3D performance lack the luster we've come to expect from dedicated 3D cards.
Then again, for the graphics professional or CAD/3D designer, the ATI All-in-Wonder 128 has no contender in its price range. Its image quality is just short of spectacular, and its OpenGL and Direct3D ratings smoke a Matrox G200 six-ways-to-Sunday (700% faster at OpenGL, 250% faster at D3D). And with ATI's apparent dedication to this chipset (there are currently 7 configurations in their lineup using it), driver updates will likely ease the heavy CPU dependency. You saw testimony above - their recent OpenGL update (specifically directed at Quake 3 Test users, in fact) increases performance by 15% or so. Also, in a freakish move in this market, there are a number of 3rd-party developers offering alternative drivers. How the hell that happened, I don't know, but I like it. ATI, without embarrassment, both links to them and includes information on their support pages. This includes drivers for the BeOS and Linux!