From CES 2008, Brian Tong takes a look at the EchoStar TR-50 DVR, a digital over-the-air receiver with DVR functionality.
EchoStar's first non-Dish DVR may be the perfect fit for viewers without satellite or cable.
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's full review of the DTVPal is up, offering lots of praise for its electronic program guide, but knocking its mediocre remote.
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.
Subscription-free DVRs seem to be an extinct species. Are there any options for antenna viewers in the post-VCR world?
HD DVD's on the ropes--but will online video be the next big challenger to Blu-ray?