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Need a device that that can turn your PC into a gaming/entertainment center? The Adaptec GameBridge 1400 ($69.99) and GameBridgeTV 1410($99.99) are adaptors that let you play and record console games on your PC; the GameBridgeTV also lets you watch and record TV shows on your computer.

Either Gamebridge works with the PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360, and GameCube. Setup and installation are simple. Once you have the device installed, just hook up your console to the 4-in-1 cable and hit Play. The interface is easy to figure out.

A feature I really enjoyed is Record: Instead of just gloating over a single in-game replay, you can really rub it in by sharing saved MPEGs of your gaming dominance. With the GameBridgeTV, the television connection works just as well. You can use your PC to do anything you already do on your TV, and also record TV content as a video file. You can even record VHS tapes and convert them to DVD disks.

You’re definitely going to want more than the 1.3-Ghz processor and 256MB of RAM listed in the system requirements. I used the GameBridge on a 2-year-old laptop with a 2.66 Pentium 4 and 512MB of RAM, and the game lagged when I was recording or doing anything other than just playing a game. But with a souped-up gaming PC or laptop and the GameBridge, you might never want to play on your TV again.


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