REVIEW: Onyx Digital Stream DPS-1000

Looking for web-connected features from your ageing flatscreen TV? Then the Digital Stream DPS-1000 from Onyx (recently refreshed to add LoveFilm support), may suit your needs for a bargain price, providing you can put up with a few glaring omissions.

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Gerald LynchREVIEW: Onyx Digital Stream DPS-1000

HOW TO: Watch Premier League football without Sky on a foreign satellite

Football fans and pub owners alike were crossing their fingers and holding their breath in anticipation, following the news that Karen Murphy (landlady of the Red White and Blue in Southsea) stood on the verge of a landmark ruling that…

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Gerald LynchHOW TO: Watch Premier League football without Sky on a foreign satellite

REVIEW: TVonics DTR-HD500 Freeview+ HD recorder

Name: DTR-HD500 Freeview+ HD recorder (TVonics) Type: HD set-top box and recorder Specs: Click here for full specs Price: £255.31 direct from TVonics Let's not beat around the bush; £250+ is a hell of a lot of money to…

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Gerald LynchREVIEW: TVonics DTR-HD500 Freeview+ HD recorder

Humax HDR-FOX T2 Freeview HD recorder release details revealed

Humax released their impressive HD-FOX T2 Freeview box back at the start of the year, but it's this, the Humax HDR-FOX T2 Freeview HD recorder, that we've been really looking forward to. Humax have now finalised the details of the…

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Gerald LynchHumax HDR-FOX T2 Freeview HD recorder release details revealed

Philips launch sleek new HDT8520 HD PVR and DTR5520 HD receiver set-top boxes

Philips have timed the launch of their new HDT8520 HD PVR and DTR5520 HD receiver set-top boxes to perfection. Packing in Freeview+ HD receivers as the high-def channel list continues to grow and just in time for the World Cup,…

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Gerald LynchPhilips launch sleek new HDT8520 HD PVR and DTR5520 HD receiver set-top boxes

Google Android TV on the way from Google, Intel and Sony

Google are looking to enter the market of televisions, with a new internet enabled TV jointly developed by themselves, Sony and Intel. While many households have yet to buy into internet connected TVs, Google believe there are big bucks to…

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Gerald LynchGoogle Android TV on the way from Google, Intel and Sony