The EchoStar T2200s is the cable version of its earlier Dish Network-only DVR with built-in SlingPlayer support.
It's taken a while, but Dish has finally enabled live streaming in its free Remote Access iPhone/iPad app to customers who have the SlingLoaded ViP 922 DVR or the company's new Sling adapter for the ViP 722 or 722k DVRs.
The SlingLoaded mega-DVR lets you access live and recorded TV from anywhere.
The Dish DuoDVR SlingLoaded ViP922 is a 1TB HD DVR that includes built-in Slingbox functionality, allowing you to stream live and recorded Dish Network TV programming to Windows PCs, Macs, and a wide variety of 3G smartphones.
EchoStar's Sling division shows off four new products, including a touch-screen remote and a wireless TV.
What sort of home theater trends can you expect to see at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show? CNET weighs in.
Rick Broida from CNET's Cheapskate blog joins us to talk bargains.
Sling is offering a $50 discount for owners of older Slingboxes to upgrade to one of three more current models.
With cable customers accustomed to getting their DVRs for "free," will they pay upwards of $800 (or additional monthly fees) for off-the-shelf models from Digeo and TiVo?
CNET wraps up the biggest home video trends from CES 2009.