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Ip Vision Fetch Tv 8000 SMARTBOX WIRELESS FREEVIEW RECORDER £189.99 @ CURRYS
Ip Vision Fetch Tv 8000 SMARTBOX WIRELESS FREEVIEW RECORDER £189.99 @ CURRYS

Ip Vision Fetch Tv 8000 SMARTBOX WIRELESS FREEVIEW RECORDER £189.99 @ CURRYS

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The IP Vision Smartbox gives you great features including freeview+ to pause, rewind & record, BBC iPlayer function, downloading of hundreds of on demand movies. No subcription, no contract, no fuss!

The brand new FetchTV SmartBox 8000 is the only Freeview+ digital TV recorder that lets you..
Download hundreds of movies and TV shows on demand
Watch a range of web video services including BBC iPlayer
Enjoy up to 48* channels of free free-to-air digital terrestrial channels
Pause, rewind and record live television
Record two channels simultaneously
Share photos, music and video from your PC to your TV
On board WiFi connection
up to 80 hours of recordings and archive programmes directly to USB hard drive or network storage

The FetchTV SmartBox is one of a kind. It allows you to receive and record all free-to-air digital terrestrial channels, provides access to thousands of hours of Movies and TV on demand, as well as access to Catch Up TV services like BBC iPlayer directly on your TV.

Theres no contract, no subscription, no fuss.

5 Comments

Original Poster

This is £30.00 less than either Fetch Tv ]http//ww…uk/ or John Lewis are selling them for ]http//ww…+tv They can stream from a NAS or a Laptop/PC really excellent box and pretty much how Project Canvas will work.

Mine Is great :-D. I paid £199.99 on QVC though?:x

I'm hanging on to see how much this will cost (Freeview HD): 3view.com/Hom…spx

BarGin;7184577

I'm hanging on to see how much this will cost (Freeview HD): … I'm hanging on to see how much this will cost (Freeview HD): http://www.3view.com/Home.aspx



not the same but freeview hd,,,
homecinemachoice.com/blo…12+
ive been holding out on a tv buy for freeview hd,,,

oooo - this looks a nice machine, might be the first PVR to tempt me away from my Toppy :-D

actually, see the new HD machines (like the Hummy) - can they be used with bogo freeview so that i could effectively be future proofed?
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