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58 products found
  1. Silicondust HDHomeRun

    Silicondust HDHomeRun

    Reviewed on 10th May 2009
    Price when reviewed £160

    SiliconDust's HDHomeRun Computer TV tuner is a fine product, but results will depend on your computer and network

  2. Sagem DTR64160T

    Sagem DTR64160T

    Reviewed on 14th January 2009
    Price when reviewed £100

    For just £100 this Sagem Freeview + personal video recorder provides a decent level of all-round performance

  3. TVonics DTR-Z250

    TVonics DTR-Z250

    Reviewed on 30th October 2008
    Price when reviewed £179

    This great value Freeview 250GB personal video recorder combines the required functionality with top-notch performance

  4. Sony PlayTV

    Sony PlayTV

    Reviewed on 23rd October 2008
    Price when reviewed £70

    Sony's PlayTV allows you to watch and record Freeview digital TV on your PS3; it's perfectly competent and affordable, but somewhat flawed

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  5. Topfield TF5810PVRt

    Topfield TF5810PVRt

    Reviewed on 23rd September 2008
    Price when reviewed £300

    With a whopping 500GB hard drive and twin digital TV tuners, Topfield has produced an excellent Freeview+ PVR that's easy to use

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  7. Bush DFTA 11

    Bush DFTA 11

    Reviewed on 22nd May 2008
    Price when reviewed £30

    A sturdy, easy-to-use product that offers a stable, detailed picture for a cheap price

  8. Goodmans GHD8020F2

    Goodmans GHD8020F2

    Reviewed on 15th August 2007
    Price when reviewed £130

    Even though its hard disk isn't that big, Goodmans has produced a good-quality and easy-to-use personal video recorder, which won't break the bank

  9. BT Vision V-Box

    BT Vision V-Box

    Reviewed on 17th July 2007
    Price when reviewed £30

    BT Vision's V-Box is a Freeview digital tuner that combines personal video recording (PVR) functionality and also offers on-demand TV like movies

  10. Sagem ITD64

    Sagem ITD64

    Reviewed on 2nd April 2007
    Price when reviewed £35

    This diminutive box from Sagem offers a fairly straight, no-frills way of accessing digital channels

  11. Logik LDR V2

    Logik LDR V2

    Reviewed on 29th March 2007
    Price when reviewed £50

    Compact and easy to connect, but price and picture quality ultimately let it down

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