Magnavox has announced three new cord-cutting OTA DVRs which feature free online program data, a slick interface and large capacity drives.
CNET's picks for the best DVRs you can buy that don't come from a cable or satellite company.
Magnavox is offering three new versions of its over-the-air DVRs in 2016 -- and cord-cutters have a lot to look forward to.
TiVo has confirmed it's dropping the price of its newest Bolt DVR by $100, but it may not be the best deal for consumers.
The Hopper 3, due out early this year, is arguably the most powerful and feature-packed DVR to date.
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The MDR877H/F7, TB560HP/F7 and TB560HS/F7 offer robust over-the-air HD recording with multiple tuners, spacious hard drives and streaming to mobile devices. One even lets you burn shows to DVD.
The TiVo Bolt makes a strong claim to the throne as king of DVRs and streaming media, but those pesky TiVo service fees keep it short of perfection.
TiVo hopes you'll pay more for TV with its time-saving tricks. Also, Tesla Model X spreads its wings, and Samsung's Gear S2 smartwatch hits stores Friday.
Whether you're a cable cutter or you just want to ditch your cable provider's DVR, TiVo's latest box has something for you. Its handy new features make watching your favorite shows -- whatever the source -- more enjoyable.
That's for a refurbished Roamio, but it's still by far the best TiVo deal, well, ever.
TiVo is again offering reduced pricing on its Roamio OTA but it's uncertain how long the $399 price will last.