The question machine’s reception is still excellent, so I recieved this broadcast:[pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””] re: Freeview (terrestrial). In my ignorance I thought the terrestrial Freeview signal was sent out in one “wave” or signal, to then be decoded, separated and screened. But maybe this isn’t so? In bad weather I’m seeing […]
You ask for someone to tell you which way you should go. As you point out: at $15 per month, it’s going to be three and a bit years before you’re on the wrong side of $599, by which time there might be a new version, or your salary increase might make the $15 irrelevant. I think you’ve answered your own question.
I often measure gadgetry in terms of ambivalence, but understand this: I have physical anxiety at the thought of having to return the 42″ LG SL90 I’m reviewing. It’s gorgeous.
This competition is now closed. Thanks for your entries. Check back for voting on the winner. The simplicity with which the HDHomeRun works just blew me away when I reviewed it. Now it’s your turn! Yup, you can have the unit that I’ve been reviewing. For free. Just take it! All you have to do […]
I guess you could say I’ve stumbled, rather than climbed, onto the Windows Media Center bandwagon. I’ve heard of people spending months planning and building the perfect media PC, complete with multi-channel tuner cards and high-end hardware decoders. For me, I just happened to notice that the release candidate of Windows 7 comes with Media […]