Dish Network's antenna-only DTVPal DVR may be dead, but you can still get the Channel Master CM-7000PAL, which appears to be the identical product.
CNET reviews the Dish Network DTVPal DVR, praising it as the only over-the-air DVR without a monthly fee, but knocking Dish Network's stingy return/warranty policy.
The Dish Network DTVPal DVR offers up bare-bones over-the-air HDTV recording without a monthly fee, but it doesn't compare with subscription-based DVRs, and Dish's nonexistent return policy makes it a real gamble.
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Sony's much-anticipated series of LCD TVs is the first of its kind to build the Google TV service into a television. The NSX-GT1 series starts at $599 for the 24-inch model.
The Dish Network DTVPal DVR offers up bare-bones, over-the-air HDTV recording without a monthly fee, but it doesn't compare to subscription-based DVRs, and Dish's nonexistent return policy makes it a real gamble.
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The video recorder, which can record over-the-air digital and high-def TV programming, will hit stores almost 11 months after it was first announced.
Dish Network adds a third DTV converter box to its lineup, the DTVPal Plus, which offers the same functionality as the TR-40 CRA, but with improved reception.
Dish Network has released a new DTV converter box, the TR-40 CRA, although it's exactly the same as the existing DTVPal, except it costs $20 less.
CNET's full review of the DTVPal is up, offering lots of praise for its electronic program guide, but knocking its mediocre remote.