An email from ATI just hit my inbox confirming that the new All-in-Wonder 9600 Pro is now shipping. The All-in-Wonder 9600 Pro is the first AIW product to be based on a mid-range GPU and the first to feature an FM tuner. The AIW 9600 Pro also includes the original Remote Wonder and a coupon for the new Remote Wonder II.
I haven't had a chance to check out the AIW 9600 Pro yet, but ATI's mailout actually claims that the card has "faster graphics performance" than the Radeon 9600 Pro. Given the fact that I've been able to overclock both Radeon 9600 Pro cores I've had in-house by over 100MHz, I wouldn't be surprised if ATI cranked up the core clock speed a little for the latest All-in-Wonder.
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