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Digeo debuts HD DVR with no monthly fees

Posted in DVR by Nino Marchetti on January 9th, 2009

Digeo Moxi HD DVR

Digeo, a developer of cable set top boxes, rolled out officially at CES this week its new Moxi HD DVR. This non-subscription fee competitor to TiVo costs around $800.

The Digeo Moxi HD DVR sports a 500GB hard drive which Digeo says can hold up to 75 hours of recordings at full 1080 resolution. It sports an award-winning menu system which is designed to let users easily find TV programs and movies as well as photos, music, games and other Internet services.

Iomega enters DVR expanded storage space

Posted in External Hard Drives by Nino Marchetti on June 10th, 2008

Iomega DVR Expander DriveIomega is getting into the DVR storage expansion business with today’s unveiling of a new external eSATA-compatible hard drive. The model is called the Iomega DVR Expander Drive and pricing is set around $200.

The Iomega DVR Expander Drive brings 500GB of additional storage to the DVR, which Iomega says increases storage capacity “by as much as 300 hours of standard-definition TV or 60 hours of high-definition TV.” It is currently certified compatible with an eSATA-enabled Scientific Atlanta DVR when connected to the eSATA port on the back panel of the DVR.

New Tivo software lets you download Web videos

Posted in DVR by Nino Marchetti on March 21st, 2008

tivo-26.jpgTivo this week released a paid update of its software which will make it easier for its customers to download video to their Tivo boxes. It is known as Tivo Desktop Plus 2.6 and it will run you around $25.

The Tivo Desktop Plus 2.6 software, available for Windows users only at this moment, makes use of the Tivo Season Pass functionality to let one manage web video content. With it one can subscribe to RSS feeds over a range of video content. This is done in conjunction with Web browsers, RSS video clients such as iTunes podcasts, or other video download software to automatically copy to their TiVo DVR’s Now Playing List alongside recorded broadcast and cable TV shows.

Tivo brings YouTube to its DVRs

Posted in DVR by Nino Marchetti on March 12th, 2008

tivo-youtube.jpgTivo is getting set to add another online offering to owners of its digital video recorders. This time around the company has announced a new relationship with YouTube to bring online videos to your set top DVR.

Under the terms of the announcement Tivo will begin to offer access to YouTube videos directly to owners of Tivo Series 3 DVRs – sorry Series 2 owners, you look to be out of luck. Access will be included for the Tivo HD as well.