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cablecard

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Get an HDHomeRun Prime CableCard tuner for $99.99

Turn one or more Windows PCs into sweet TVs/DVRs with this versatile network-attached TV tuner.

By November 5, 2013

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Get an HDHomeRun Prime CableCard tuner for $129.99

Turn one or more Windows 7 PCs into killer DVRs with this versatile network-attached TV tuner.

By September 4, 2012

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Sony DHG CableCard HD DVR

Sony's cable-friendly DVRs record high-def and include a free onscreen programming guide.

By January 13, 2005

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Get a dual-tuner CableCard adapter for $99.99

All you need is a CableCard from your cable company and a Windows 7 PC, and presto: you've got a fantastic dual-tuner DVR.

By March 8, 2012

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Get a SiliconDust HDHomeRun Prime CableCard tuner for $169.99

Want to turn one or more Windows 7 PCs into killer DVRs? Grab a CableCard from your cable company and plug this tuner into your home network router.

By November 23, 2011

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Get a dual-tuner CableCard adapter for $127

Rent a CableCard from your cable company, plug this USB receiver into your Windows 7 PC, and presto: you've got a fantastic dual-tuner DVR.

By September 7, 2011

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Get a Ceton InfiniTV 4 tuner for $169.99 shipped

This sweet CableCard adapter brings four HD tuners to your Windows Media Center PC. Over the long run, it costs way less than TiVo.

By February 27, 2013

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Get a Ceton InfiniTV 4 tuner for $199

This excellent CableCard adapter brings four HD tuners to your Windows Media Center PC. Over the long run, it costs way less than TiVo.

By February 20, 2012

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Get a Ceton InfiniTV 4 tuner card for $265

Originally $399, this awesome CableCARD adapter brings four digital HD tuners to your Windows Media Center PC. Over the long run, it costs less than TiVo!

By June 7, 2011

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Can Tru2way succeed where CableCard failed?

Sony's embrace of Tru2way may put the cable-ready technology on the map, but the ghost of the preceding--and failed--CableCard technology still looms large.

By May 28, 2008