Originally Posted by qhn
Eurocom Panther is the other one, actually world's 1st notebook with HDMI in
It's true the Eurocom Panther 2.0 alias Clevo x7200 does have the HDMI input, However it does have some problems. First of all it causes Blue Screen crashes at boot, but on the next boot attempt the computer boots normally, and the HDMI input does work. In the Crash Dump file I identified the offending file as "tm6200.dll", which is part of the TM6200 HDMI Capture Device by YUAN High-Technology Development Co. Ltd. of Taipei, Taiwan. It comes with the Gamemate Media Player utility, which I've to play back content from my LG Blu-ray player and from my Comcast cable box. However, it won't capture content from my PS3. While doesn't permit recording, you can maximize its out to full screen and record it with Fraps (and supposedly other screen recording software, such as ZDSoft screen recorder). To avoid the Blue Screen crashes the HDMI input is currently disabled on my system. I did contact YUAN High-Tech concerning my problems, but I haven't received any replay yet. It it also possible that Eurocom is aware of these driver problems as they did not install the HDMI input driver.