CTNews heeft een review online gekegeld van de Hauppauge WinTV/GO TV-Kaart. Naast gewoon TV gluren kun je er ook basic video editing mee uitvoeren.
If you are interested in doing video editing or recording shows (You need a big harddrive!), the capture utility that comes with the WinTV is a decent solution. It offers a pretty simple, but good interface. You can set capture size, various capture formats (Raw video as well as several different various formats), optional sound capture, and everything else that is needed for captuing video. It is only a capture utility, not a video editing suite!
Playing around with the utility, I was pretty much impressed. The video captured was of very decent quality (depedent on format, of course) and audio was good. The only problems I had were that there is an occasional line of "static"-like artifacts. This is because that CPU and I/O system was working hard to encode and write the image to disk. Quality improves when audio is disabled and when you minimize the capture preview. Quality can also be improved if Microsoft wrote a decent operating system (Seriously though, if one needs good capturing, you should try Linux, or Windows NT). The more CPU, the better. This also applies to your harddrive too. If you are capturing images at a higher resolution, you need a harddrive that can keep up. SCSI is always the best when it comes to heavy I/O usage, but a decent 7200 RPM IDE should suffice for most capture.