Freecom Hybrid DVB-T / Analogue TV Tuner / Reciever £12.99 RRP £49.99@ - HotUKDeals
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The Freecom Hybrid USB TV Stick brings you into the Analog & Digital World of TV Programs, without monthly subscription! You can now receive and watch FREE Analog & Digital TV Signals directly on your computer screen. With the Freecom DVB-T USB Stick, you can decode, watch and record Analog & Digital TV and Radio on your notebook or desktop. The Freecom Hybrid USB TV Stick frees you from television network programming schedules and allows you to easily record television on your PC so you can watch shows when you want to. Then you can burn them to disc and watch episodes of your favorite show over and over again. You will be amazed how such a small stick allows you to access free analog & digital TV and radio signals including teletext wherever you are. Turn your notebook or desktop into a digital entertainment center and live the digital life.
Product Description: DVB-T & Analog TV USB stick DVB-T receiver / analogue TV tuner - USB
Device Type: DVB-T receiver / analogue TV tuner - external
Interface Type: USB
Dimensions (WxDxH): 2.8 cm x 8.6 cm x 1.5 cm
Weight: 25 g
Video Input: TV tuner - external
Digital Video Format: MPEG-2, DVB
OS Required: Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition, Microsoft Windows XP SP1 or later
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
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The reviews are terrible for this item.
Had to vote this cold, They are useless the reception is so poor. A future item for the Pound Shop.
Had to vote this cold, They are useless the reception is so poor. A future item for the Pound Shop.

A future offer from the pound shop lol thats where i got mine from.......And yes was not even worth a pound....
Hmmm - I question whether any of you have one of these. I actually do have one and it works very very well.

I got it to view freeview on my laptop initially and even using the crappy aerial that comes with it I managed to get good signal and a half way decent selection of channels.

I then decided to setup a media streaming box running Linux and the Hauppauge card I got for it didn't work under Debian (kept hanging on boot). In desperation I used the Freecom stick and it worked a treat. Had it running 24x7 for weeks with no problems at all.

I paid £30+ quid for mine ages ago and this is well worth that, let alone the £13 it is now. If you can find a better freeview stick for less than £13, by all means go ahaed and post it on here !

Hot from me, but I doubt it will make much difference.
I'll save my money and watch if I need to see something on telly ont' laptop :)
Voted hot good price, reception is down to key factors Location and quality of freeview in your area in most cases in the UK you will need a roof aerial. Once the uk finally goes fully digital the supplied aerial will work fine.
Drivers & support (as with anything Freecom!) are a pain to find.

Have had one of these for a long time, (and it was about 40 quid back then!) used to use it with 32 bit XP and Vista.... and that was enough of a bind, although reception was OK with a full aerial; but I haven't even bothered looking for 64 bit drivers to use with Windows 7
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