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TiVo Bolt+

The black box is back -- but smaller, faster and with 4K support.

Magnavox TBHP500 series DVR

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.

Dish Hopper 3

The Hopper 3, due out early this year, is arguably the most powerful and feature-packed DVR to date.

Tablo Metro

Tablo's new $249 Metro DVR has onboard antennas -- and the company also debuted an improved app for Roku.

TiVo Mega

With 10 hot-swappable hard drives capable of storing 26,000 hours of shows, the rack-mountable Mega is a dream TV recorder for custom home-theater installs.

TiVo Roamio OTA

TiVo has announced its first DVR targeted solely at cord-cutters: the $50 Roamio OTA. The bad news? You still have to pay the $15/month service fee, and there's no "lifetime" option.

Nuvyyo Tablo

Nuyvvo's Tablo is one of the most promising over-the-air TV recording solutions in years, but there are just enough quirks to keep it in early-adopter territory.

Vbox V@Home TV Gateway

The V@Home DVR enables users to stream cable and satellite TV on their Wi-Fi connected mobile devices.

TiVo Roamio Pro

If you're willing to pay the premium price, TiVo's do-it-all Roamio is the best cable DVR yet and an able whole-home TV solution.

Dish Hopper with Sling

Dish has upgraded its kangaroo-themed DVR with a faster 1,305MHz Broadcom processor, added Wi-Fi, integrated Slingbox, and served up a new feature called Hopper Transfers that allows you to transfer recorded programming to your iPad for offline viewing.

Simple.TV by Silicondust

Simple.TV's innovative over-the-air DVR solution is far from perfect, but it's a decent budget option if you can't afford a TiVo Premiere.

TiVo Premiere 4

The Premiere 4 has all the features of the XL4, but with a quarter of its storage space.

Moxi HD DVR three-tuner

If you can get past the high price of entry, the Moxi HD DVR's bevy of network and Internet-enhanced features--and its capability of recording three programs at once--make it a potentially worthwhile TiVo competitor.

TiVo HD XL

The TiVo HD XL charges a hefty premium for its spacious recording capacity and THX certification, but most users will be content sticking to the all-but-identical standard TiVo HD DVR.

DirecTV Plus HD DVR

The DirecTV HR20 is easy to use and offers plenty of features, but its operational bugs make use more of a headache than with other DVRs.

Neuros MPEG4 Recorder 2

The Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder 2 Plus provides a straightforward way to get video content onto your portable device without the need for a PC.

TiVo Series3 32-HD hours

The Series3 delivers dual-tuner HD recording and some worthwhile networking features to cable customers, but the exorbitant price tag will be too much for all but the most devoted TiVo fans.

TiVo Series2 DT

While its slick interface and cool networking features still distinguish it from rival DVRs, the dual-tuner function of the TiVo Series2 DT is useful only for those with analog cable service.

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