Autumn Wave, based in New Bloomfield, PA, has begun distributing a device that allows users of laptop computers to receive high-definition television from over-the-air and cable sources. OnAir GT, developed by South Korean-based OnAir Solutions can also receive conventional TV signals and can be hooked up to console game devices. In a statement, Autumn Wave CEO Patrick Park said, "The OnAir GT is compact so consumers who travel frequently or live in tight quarters, like dorm rooms or studio apartments, can experience high-definition television wherever a receivable broadcast signal exists for a fraction of the usual cost." The device has a suggested retail price of $179.
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