Team Xtender XCM Multi-cable V2 PC Monitor Adapter

The XCM Multi-cable... uh, too long. The thingy that connects your console to a PC monitor. There. Simple.After mating mice to 360s and making plates for the PS3, Team Xtender brings out yet another product out of their bag: the XCM Multi-cable V2 PC Monitor Adapter, a.k.a. the FARMER-VGA BOX, but the first name makes more sense.

In case the product’s name didn’t clue you in: the XCM Multi-cable V2 PC Monitor Adapter will hook your PS3, Xbox 360, or Wii up to a PC monitor (or via the VGA card) “for the Maximum resolution,” says the Team. Not only them, but if you want to hook up the last-gen consoles, then this Adapter’s good for them, too.

The Adapter works for both PAL and NTSC systems, and besides having the necessary plugs to plug into the consoles, the Adapter will also take YPbPr input (it also comes with a set of YPbPr cables for that purpose, too).

The Adapter is plug-and-play, requires an external power source (don’t worry, it’ll take 110V to 220-240V), and it will automatically memorize your settings (they say adjustment, but we think they mean settings). Only one question is left when dealing with this device: at what price, Team Xtender?

Do be careful when you wave your Wiimote at an LCD monitor, though.

The XCM Multi-cable... uh, too long. The thingy that connects your console to a PC monitor. There. Simple.After mating mice to 360s and making plates for the PS3, Team Xtender brings out yet another product out of their bag: the XCM Multi-cable V2 PC Monitor Adapter, a.k.a. the FARMER-VGA BOX, but the first name makes more sense.

In case the product’s name didn’t clue you in: the XCM Multi-cable V2 PC Monitor Adapter will hook your PS3, Xbox 360, or Wii up to a PC monitor (or via the VGA card) “for the Maximum resolution,” says the Team. Not only them, but if you want to hook up the last-gen consoles, then this Adapter’s good for them, too.

The Adapter works for both PAL and NTSC systems, and besides having the necessary plugs to plug into the consoles, the Adapter will also take YPbPr input (it also comes with a set of YPbPr cables for that purpose, too).

The Adapter is plug-and-play, requires an external power source (don’t worry, it’ll take 110V to 220-240V), and it will automatically memorize your settings (they say adjustment, but we think they mean settings). Only one question is left when dealing with this device: at what price, Team Xtender?

Do be careful when you wave your Wiimote at an LCD monitor, though.

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