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
It allows you to take control over the way you watch TV and is a good alternative to traditional pay TV
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An affordable HD set top box with PVR support
A Sony DVD recorder/PVR with a 120GB hard drive
An affordable PVR with removable hard drive and twin HD TV tuners
An Akai HD set-top box with PVR support
Topfield's high-end PVR is full of features and has few drawbacks
This Panasonic Blu-ray recorder adds features that the older DMR-BW850 didn't offer -- and it's cheaper
A high-definition PVR/DVD recorder with 320GB capacity
A versatile Topfield PVR with two digital TV tuners, USB and Ethernet
The T-Box shines when used when connected to high-speed Telstra BigPond Internet and has some excellent content available
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