At some point this year Sony will launch Play TV, the PlayStation 3 exclusive TV tuner, similar to a normal Sky+ plus box, that lets you watch, record and rewind live TV.
The BBC go hands-on...
Shame on JamieSI approving this story lol
Sorry guys, should have double checked. Didn't realise it was a duplicate.
Duplicate article. Surprised that a site admin didnt check first.
That's what I was thinking and said up there - but I still get a disagree lol
I need a DVR for football season n family guy. Lemme get this straight. Blueray, awesome games, dualshock 3, free online, n now this. Wat am I waiting 4.
News corp will be going to shopping soon
sweet. give your cable company the bird.
does anyone knows if the copied content will have close caption.
does anyone know if this will come to the US?
wondering the exact same thing...and what type of "digital television" is it compatable with...
I currently have digital satellite for normal television shows (and an included terd of a DVR)...but not sure how proprietary the DVRs are with different providers...I guess if it just lets you input the signal, and has all its own software to handle the recording and stuff...not sure why it wouldn't work...save the 7 day programming guide...would be pretty crappy if it just had a weekly calender and you have to specify the channel and time...rather than it showing the actual shows on the list, and you highlight whatever you want to record and when...
would definitely need a new HDD for that...would probably get a 1TB external drive...HD tv shows are huge...
'wondering the exact same thing...and what type of "digital television" is it compatable with... ' Over here in UK it will be Freeview which is about 50 extra channels for a one off payment. How how it works in the US i don't know
it supports only DVB-T. thats terrestrial digital television. no way that is available in US, your population density is to low. but if its successful around here, than im sure they'll make a DVB-C and DVB-S version.
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