Pros I tried my best to find one but nothing came to mind -- unless being pretty counts ...
Cons Too many to mention in detail but let's start with price. $299 for the life of the product (from one week to many years) OR $12.95 per month (which exceeds the lifetime price in two years if the device lives that long) and that is just the start. The to
Pros - Very Nice Interface - Reasonable initial cost (40 Hour unit was $99 after rebate). - Fairly easy setup - Home Networking Option is great, Slide shows of Family photos from our Main PC to Living Room TV is pretty awesome. - Have not had to use TIVO servi
Cons - Monthly Fee a bit steep, Most people do not want to pay an additional $12.95 a month on top of cable/Sat charges. Similar Cable products run approx $ 9.99 a month (where available). - Wireless Networking setup a bit tricky for novice. Use Hex codes from
Pros Great user interface, intuitive recording that actually works, wish list program search is the best! Hooked it up to my wireless network and play music from my PC. Also, the Home Media fxn doesn't require any valuable TiVo hard drive space like the Replay
Cons No HD support.
Pros I just got this machine yesterday. Once it was up and running (see the cons), it has been awesome. Now I can interrupt my boyfriend during a Braves game, and he can just pause the TV. I already feel liberated from network TVs schedules. As others have sai
Cons I was shocked to read in the installation directions that I had to set it up over a land line the first time! I do not have a land line. I bought this because all the literature said you could add it to a home network. I called customer support and the gu
Pros Completely eliminates the problem of "there's nothing on." Lives up to its sales hype and makes TV wating enjoyable. Also, the fact that it's simply a Linux box provides great flexibility.
Cons Monthly/lifetime fee.