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SnapStream DVR records 50 channels at once

Posted in DVR by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

SnapStream has a new DVR that can record up to 50 channels simultaneously onto 100TB worth of storage capacity. SnapStream is also writing the software that controls it. Think about that. This is equal to 326 Tivo Premier boxes all in a closet-sized box.

There’s just a single coax cable as the input in back. SnapStream has tools to search the content. Their system is already used by TV production teams that need to find recent footage quickly. Pretty amazing and not for the likes of you and I.

Tomato T99 Mini DVR, MP4 Player

Posted in DVR by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2010

The oddly named Tomato T99 is neither red, nor in the fruits and vegetables section of your local supermarket. But it is an interesting device that features digital video recording along with a 1.3-megapixel camera which allows you to use it as a monitoring or spy tool.

It also sports shadow-control to save battery life, where it shuts down the camera automatically when it doesn’t detect anyone there. It’s a feature that will save valuable storage space as well, so that you get all of the important moments that you do want.

Pace unveils slick multi-room DVR system

Posted in DVR by Shane McGlaun on October 26th, 2009

pacelogo-sgI couldn’t live without my DVR. I use it each time I watch TV and I haven’t watched commercials in a long time thanks to the DVR. What I would like to see is a DVR with more tuners that can send programs to any TV in my house. Pace has announced just such a product with a new multiroom DVR.

The multiroom DVR solution records and plays video back from a central NAS device to any TV connected in the home. The device enables full HD-DVR functionality on any TV connected. The system can distribute simultaneous HD streams around the home.

Porta System’s Touch1600 with Touch Screen DVR

Posted in DVR by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2009

Porta System’s Touch1600 with Touch Screen DVRHere’s a first. The Touch1600 DVR from Porta System is the first security system of its kind that features a 17″ touchscreen display. It comes in your choice of 500GB or 1TB storage capacities. The network-enabled system features remote access support, camera motion detection and object movement detection.

A touchscreen on this kind of device is pretty useful since you will want the freedom to playback video in a variety of ways, anytime you want. We don’t have any info on price just yet, but we have our fingers crossed that you won’t be paying a super premium for that touch screen.

Moxi HD DVR gets 6TB drive support and “Moxi Mate” Media Extender

Posted in DVR by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Moxi HD DVR gets 6TB drive supportThe Moxi HD now has a media extender box and a new software update, which allows the Moxi to offload video to Lacie’s 6TB drive clusters. That translates to over 1000 hours of HDTV. The Moxi Mate is a small $399 ($199 if purchased in a bundle or by an existing Moxi HD customer) satellite box that plays back recordings from your Moxi HD over your home network.

It’s low on features and has no support for more than one Moxi Mate at a time, but at least you can stream your Moxi library around the house if that’s what you want.

Sanyo Repoch DVR

Posted in DVR by Conner Flynn on July 10th, 2009

Sanyo Repoch DVRSanyo has introduced its latest DVR dubbed the Repoch. The device will comply with the iVR (Information Versatile Disk) standard shared with Hitachi. The Repoch will ship with an integrated tuner for receiving digital terrestrial TV broadcasts, allowing you to view recordings on analog broadcast-compatible TVs.

Connectivity options include an Ethernet connection, HDMI output, component audio and video inputs and a couple of two antenna posts. For $668, the Repoch will come bundled with a 160GB iVR disk when it rolls out in Japan this September 1st.

Toshiba RD-G503 DVR with 500GB HDD

Posted in DVR by Conner Flynn on January 22nd, 2009

Toshiba RD-G503 DVR with 500GB HDDToshiba intros two new Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) for the Japanese market. The Toshiba Vardia RD-G503 has a huge 500GB hard drive, while the RD-E303 has a 300GB hard drive.

Both DVRs support DVD burners, MPEG-2 TS and H.264/MPEG-4 AVC recording, Digital / Analog tuner, DVD upscaling and two remote controls (one fully functional and one with just basic controls). The Toshiba Vardia RD-G503 and RD-E303 will be released next month for $770 and $660.

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.

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.

CES 2008

TiVo to let you view Web video via RSS

Posted in CES 2008,DVR,RSS,Tivo by Nino Marchetti on January 9th, 2008

tivo-ces08.jpgDVR heavyweight TiVo has been relatively quiet at CES this year, making only one announcement of note. It’s a pretty big deal, at least to TiVo users. TiVo is planning to let its customer base make use of RSS feeds to pull down Web video content for view on their DVRs. The company plans to roll out this service addition in March.

TiVo said specifically customers who upgrade to TiVo’s newest pay for desktop software will be able to use the DVR’s Season Pass functionality to schedule and automatically download new Web video across a variety of categories.

CES 2008

ARCHOS rolls out wireless DVR

Posted in Archos,CES 2008,DVR by Nino Marchetti on January 7th, 2008

Archos TV+Archos showed up at CES this week with its own taking on the DVR category. It’s calling its product the Archos TV+ and it should be pricing at around $250 for a 80GB model and $350 for a 250GB one.

The Archos TV+ is, according to Archos, both a TV recording device and a wireless receiver for enjoying digital media content via your television. It can connect to both your home network and the Internet to stream video content, music and photos. You can also browse Web pages, check online email, synch content recorded to it to an Archos PMP and record video in VGA resolution.

CES 2008

Panasonic, Comcast producing portable DVR

Posted in CES 2008,Comcast,DVR,Panasonic by Nino Marchetti on January 7th, 2008

Panasonic AnyPlay P-DVR Model TZ-LC100Panasonic and Comcast are tag teaming to bring Comcast customers a portable DVR so they can record programming at home and take it with them wherever they go. The Panasonic AnyPlay P-DVR Model TZ-LC100 will be available beginning in early 2009 and is being showcased at CES.

The Panasonic AnyPlay P-DVR Model TZ-LC100 is developed by Panasonic and co-branded with Comcast. It’s got 60GB of hard drive storage space, an 8.5″ folding LCD display screen and integrated stereo speakers. Also included are dual headphone jacks.

CES 2008

Gefen brings PVRs to CES

Posted in CES 2008,DVR,Gefen by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2008

gefen-pvr.jpgGefen announced to the press via an email a few days ago its upcoming CES line up. Amongst the cables, switchers and other line items we noted something of interest: two personal video recorders. No specific release date was given for the items, now available for pre-order, but we did note there’s a hard drive based PVR for around $1,000 and a USB memory device based one for around $650.

Gefen’s HD-PVR, which will also connect to removable USB memory devices for storage, has a built-in 80GB hard drive. With this you connect the PVR to an HDMI enabled display, select the video source and function you want from the source inputs and off you go recording. Recording can be done up to 1080i and there’s an on-screen menu for control options. Through this PVR you can also scan storage devices for other types of media to interact with.

Credit card sized digital voice recorder

Posted in DVR,USB by Conner Flynn on January 4th, 2008

Credit card sized digital voice recorder

This credit card sized digital voice recorder is not only anorexic, but white as a hospital. A splash of color wouldn’t have killed them, would it? Anyway, despite it’s ultra white sanitary look, it’s pretty easy on the eyes. In fact, it reminds me of why I love Nurses, all dressed in white, nice curves…

It measures just 6.5 millimeters thick and has 1GB of built-in storage, a handy flip-out USB connector, and flush-mounted controls. But it’s not just a Voice Recorder, it can also be used as an MP3 player and USB flash drive. The recording is in high quality WAV file format and files can be handled easily, just copy or delete like a typical USB storage device. Of course the advantage with this device is that you can take it just about anywhere. Pick one up for $69.99.

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