|Product||Sony LF-V30 LocationFree TV||Sony LF-PK1 LocationFree Player Pak||Sony LF-B20 LocationFree Base Station (wireless)|
|CNET editors' rating||3 stars||3 stars||3 stars|
|Average user rating||3.5 stars||3.5 stars||3 stars|
|Release date||September 15, 2007||July 15, 2005||Info unavailable|
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Sony's latest LocationFree TV product adds compatibility with HD video sources, but its two big distinguishing factors--built-in wireless networking and PSP compatibility--aren't enough for most users to choose it over the competing Slingbox.
The Sony LF-PK1 LocationFree Player Pak isn't quite on a par with the Slingbox, but it is the only device that streams video to your PSP--and it's getting better with each firmware upgrade.
Sony's improved third-generation LocationFree TV product includes several cool features--including wireless connectivity, PSP compatibility, and remote control customization--but setup headaches and software limitations keep it from being a true Slingbox killer.
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