Sony announces pro HD camcorder, HVR-V1U
Hauppauge's WinTV-HVR 900 is a tiny little USB stick that houses a Freeview adaptor, meaning that instead of pulling out a flash drive and doing some work, you can simply watch TV instead
Looking to capture cinematic footage but can't afford Panavision cameras and half-a-million pound lenses? There's a new camcorder in town...
The HVR-Z7U and HVR-S270U add interchangeable lenses to Sony's pro-camcorder lineup.
An impressive bundle gives you almost everything you need to replace your cable or satellite provider. Plus, two seriously good TV-tuner bonus deals.
Throw in some steamy, sodden clothes and out comes pure water. It tastes great because you worked for it.
Dell Home has the WinTV-HVR-950 at a great price, though you'll have to wait on a $20 mail-in rebate.
The Sony HVR-HD1000U provides commercial videographers a budget single-chip solution.
Nero's TiVo-in-a-box package provides a tuner, remote, TiVo software, and a one-year subscription to the TiVo service. (After that, $99 per year--ugh.)
It's a great option for a spare PC. And even if you're not wild about the TiVo software or service, the bundled Hauppauge tuner is worth $99 all by itself.