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.
The first rocky day in CNET editor David Katzmaier's chronicle of ending his subscription to cable TV service.
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.
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.