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Tag Archives: Video Cards

First look: 2012 Totally Certified Football

Panini America is bringing its video cards back. The HRX Video Trading Cards will appear in 2012 Totally Certified Football, due out in late-February.

They’re baaaaaaacck: Upper Deck includes Evolution video cards in World of Sports

Upper Deck’s recently released World of Sports product includes a new batch of Evolution video cards — trading cards with actual video components embedded inside that can play highlights from the player — an innovation that sparked a mixed reaction from collectors last year and a war of words between two companies over who was first in the hobby with the idea.

Weekly Highlights (April 18 – April 22)

Beckett.com’s weekly highlights from April 18 – April 22.

First Look: 2010-11 Panini Totally Certified — aka where Panini HRX video cards make their debut

Panini America isn’t done with announcements regarding its Highlight Reel Xperience, or HRX, HD video trading cards, and the further proof of that came Wednesday evening as it unveiled 2010-11 Totally Certified, the product that arrives in June packing the first HRXs.

Hobby shop thoughts: on-camera video card opinions

Hobby shop customers react to EVOLUTION, Upper Deck’s video trading card.

Weekly Highlights (April 11 – April 15)

Beckett.com’s weekly highlights for the week of April 11 – April 15, 2011.

Card Gallery: 2011 Upper Deck Football

Check out the sans-EVOLUTION 2011 Upper Deck Football gallery.

Box Busters: 2011 Upper Deck Football cards … and also Evolution video cards

Join Beckett Football’s Andrew Tolentino & Dan Hitt as they rip into a box of 2011 Upper Deck football cards in this latest episode of Box Busters.

Reader poll: Video card questions

Knowing what you know about video trading cards, we dreamed up a quick poll to wrangle up some collector opinions.

Weekend Wonder: Upper Deck’s Video Trading Card

Because this innovation has already received its fair share of knee-jerk reactions — positive and negative — we’re hoping for a little more elaboration here. Considering both sides of the coin, tell us why you love it, hate it, or even explain why you’re entirely indifferent about it.

Real Encounters with Upper Deck’s Evolution

The video below, however, offers a real glimpse of real people (not that I’m not real) getting some hands-on experience with Evolution.