In the box you get a fairly large assortment of goodies.
From left to right: TV2GO Software and Driver CD, TV2GO Quick Installation Guide, SVHS to RCA Cable, Composite Video Cable, Audio Output Cable, Audio Input Cable, S-Video Cable, USB B-to- B Cable, and on the bottom the Gainward branded faux leather carrying pouch. You'll also get a nifty remote:
The build quality of the remote is actually a bit better than I expected. Though it's super thin, it seems fairly strong and Gainward has even included the necessary battery which slides into the bottom. The remote has all the standard features such as channels, input source, play, pause, stop, rewind, record, mute, and power. It also has a few exclusive buttons: Full Screen which obviously takes you from windowed to full screen viewing mode, Snap Shot which simply takes a snap shot of whatever is on the TVR screen, Time Shift which is the pause button but used during live TV viewing as opposed to playback it will allow you to pause live TV while you go to the bathroom or go get another beer, and lastly the Channel Surfing button. That last button allows you to utilize one of Gainward's software features with the same name as the button which I'll talk about on the next page.
The last thing in the box is of course the TV2GO module itself...
Here you can see the top and what I will refer to as the front which simply has the USB plug. On the back however there are quite a few things to take note of: on the top is the optical sensor for the remote, on the left you can see the S/ AV-in, in the center we have the RF-in, and on the right the audio in and out on the top and bottom respectively.
Next up we'll take a look at some of the accompanying software.
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