Panasonic DMR-BWT760GN, DMR-BWT460GN and DMR-PWT560GN
A near-perfect television entertainment hub
A heap of cheap channels and easy to access apps for your TV
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My TiVo of choice is actually a media-center PC, one running Windows Vista and its aptly named Media Center software (a staple in the Home Premium and Ultimate versions). Part of what I love about it is the extensive library of third-party tools and ...
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