World Cup special: Best DVD recorders and PVRs

Capture the pain and the passion of this year's World Cup with a high-definition PVR

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<h2>[[artnid:328824|Foxtel iQ2]] ($200 + monthly subscription fee)</h2>
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The 2010 World Cup isn’t airing on Pay TV, but there’s no reason why you can’t use Foxtel's iQ2 to record it. The device is much more stylish than its [[artnid:201775|iQ|Review: Foxtel iQ]] predecessor with a glossy piano black finish. The buttons on the front are well laid out and the blue iQ indicator looks suitably futuristic. It’s also fairly compact considering it packs in a 320GB hard drive and no less than <i>four</i> digital tuners. You can watch one television channel and record two others simultaneously.
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Naturally, the Foxtel iQ2 grants users the ability to record all the Foxtel channels they subscribe to. You can also record, pause and rewind live TV. On the downside, subscribing costs $10 a month on top of your regular Foxtel fee.
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<b><i> Read our full review of the [[artnid:328824|Foxtel iQ2 digital video recorder]].</i></b>

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