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Digital DV Receiver & Webcam 2 in 1 Device - receives and records Freeview DVB-T TV & EPG via PC or Laptop - only £6.99 @ Big Offers

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Plustek TVcam VD100 2 in 1 device Digital DV Receiver & Webcam In a world where every USB port is valuable and when diversity is essential we have the perfect product for people on the go. This … Read More
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Plustek TVcam VD100 2 in 1 device

Digital DV Receiver & Webcam

In a world where every USB port is valuable and when diversity is essential we have the perfect product for people on the go. This innovative product from Plustek is pack with Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) with terrestrial technology (DVB-T) and a High quality VGA webcam. It is designed to receive, pause & record global DVB-T signals anytime and anywhere in the world. Its new sleek and slim design coupled with support for DVB-T and inbuilt high response VGA Webcam makes for great value and excellent versatility for any PC or Laptop.

PLEASE NOTE: For the installation purposes of Presto! PVR please use the following Product Code below.

---> T702201-7LPCNZYCK6P3 <---

TECH SPEC:

· Receives (DVB-T) TV Programs

· DVB-T TV channel controls integrated

· Additional Webcam Function

· 640x480 (VGA) Webcam Resolution

· User management interface

· Scheduled power-up recording

· Time-Shifting function Users can take a break during a program and still not miss a scene

· EPG (Electronic Program Guide)



System Requirements:

· Intel Pentium 4 1.8GHz or above

· AMD Athlon XP 2800+ or above

· Intel Celeron M 2.4GHz or above

· Intel Centrino (Pentium M) 1.7GHz or above

· 16-BIT high colour pattern or the HiColour graphics card (minimum resolution 1024 x 768)

· Memory 512MB RAM or above (Vista/Windows 7 1GB)

· AC97 accommodating sound card

· USB 2.0 port

· Free hard disk space of 200MB for software installation

· Free hard disk space of 500MB for process file
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#1
I thought this looked pretty good value IMO.

Delivery looks like £4.99 but there are loads of other great deals, so build the order up - free delivery on orders over £20 I believe.
#2
I'll add to this.

Great item for little money. I got one just for the tv bit and it works great even in my severely restricted reception area. Installation was a breeze (see the OP's post about the new license key) and the aerial is a telescopic version of the usual 6" affair you get with USB sticks making foir far better reception.

Only thing I can't do is get Ubuntu to recognise it but it works fine on XP so can't complain too much about it.

Dave
PS: Can't say the same about Bigoffers but hey, you pays you're money and you take a chance :-)
#3
so it geta all the standard freeview channels and is also a webcam will this work with windows media center as the live tv thing ?
#4
mbh69
so it geta all the standard freeview channels and is also a webcam will this work with windows media center as the live tv thing ?


Probably not, thats why its so cheap.
#5
Why would anyone combine a tv tuner and a webcam is beyond me...
#6
mbh69
so it gets all the standard freeview channels and is also a webcam will this work with windows media center as the live tv thing ?


J400uk
Probably not, thats why its so cheap.


On the contrary, this device works perfectly in Media Centre on my Windows 7 64-bit PC, using an external roof antenna. The included mini-antenna is of little use, as is usually the case, but when attached to a standard roof antenna, it tunes into as many Freeview channels as my DVB-T PCI card.

Excellent value for money, and I haven't even tried the webcam yet !
#7
siliconbits
Why would anyone combine a tv tuner and a webcam is beyond me...


To save on USB ports ......it's in the 1st line of the OP's post .......:roll:

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