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LOOK MA, NO BOX! Insignia, TiVo tag-team


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#1 OFFLINE   Thaedron

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Posted 26 May 2010 - 08:03 AM

Interesting bit of integration going on here...

So we just got word that Best Buy has teamed up with TiVo Inc. to put intuitive online content accessing software into new broadband-connected Insignia televisions! How cool is that? Basically, you’ll be able to access a ton of online content, like on-demand streaming movies from sites like Netflix, CinemaNow, Amazon on Demand or Blockbuster on Demand, music from sites like Pandora or Rhapsody and photos from sites like Photobucket and Picasa.


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#2 OFFLINE   Thaedron

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Posted 26 May 2010 - 08:07 AM

And the actual Best Buy news release

Or if you prefer, the Tivo news release
Main viewing system HR20-100 via SWM-8, using HDMI, networked, using DirecTV on Demand and MRV!
Samsung HLT-5689S | Oppo DV-981HD | Denon AVR-4306 | QNAP TS-219P NAS and Media Server

Full Setup


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#3 OFFLINE   sigma1914

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Posted 26 May 2010 - 08:13 AM

It seems a bit misleading to have Tivo on the product, but it's not a DVR. It's like every other streaming TV.

...it doesn't have the DVR recording capabilities of the TiVo box...


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