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Sony LFPK1 Location Free TV player now £39.97 @ PCWorld - reserve online collect instore!
Sony LFPK1 Location Free TV player  now £39.97 @ PCWorld - reserve online collect instore!

Sony LFPK1 Location Free TV player now £39.97 @ PCWorld - reserve online collect instore!

SuperEd
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Original Poster SuperEd

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how does this compare to slingbox?

my MIL has Sky (1 x box) and would like to watch sky, pre-recorded sky programs on her other tv in her bedroom. Would this box do that for her? Or can anyone recommend a solution?

Ta!

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Not as good as slingbox - but at this price worth a punt when reviewed these were £200 + review.zdnet.com/pro…371

Those considering buying may want to take a look at ]this thread from when they were £25.

I have bought 2 of these brand new in the box (unopened) with the XP and Vista software.
I have licence keys for both software installations.
If anyone is interested I will sell them for £39 each. I am base near Manchester if you wish to collect.

PM me with further questions.

Thanks

jamba;3862374

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4.84 should be added to price for postage

ivrytwr3;3862328

my MIL has Sky (1 x box) and would like to watch sky, pre-recorded sky … my MIL has Sky (1 x box) and would like to watch sky, pre-recorded sky programs on her other tv in her bedroom. Would this box do that for her? Or can anyone recommend a solution?Ta!



I'm in a similar situation, my folks have Sky+, and want to be able to see it in the kitchen, but it's too long a distance for SCART leads, and the RF leads try just give a poor reception... they don't need or want it to be dependent on a PC, just from one Sky Box to a tv in another room... any suggestions?

hi, i'm intrigued as to what this does!

can someone please explain to me in 'simple' terms:oops:

can you use these with a mobile phone for e.g ???

[SIZE="2"]Basically this justs connects to the back of your sky/freeview/tv or whatever you've got thats compatible and sends the picture/sound over a network, be it either your home wifi network or the internet. You can then watch and control your input source remotely.
Unfortunately this can't be used with a mobile phone, apart from I think the SE P990, as you need the software to run it.
I bought one of these when the last "hot buy" was on. At the time there was a lot of confusion over software compatability with Vista, with some people getting the software in the box, and some not.
One of the main drawbacks with this is having to have it plugged into a router as well as the main tv/input source. It does work ok if you have a decent upload/download connection and probably more suited to watching on a psp than a laptop
The only time I ever used it was when I visited my brother in France and watched some TV on the psp, the picture was only just watchable. I have a 1.3mb upload, but due to the remoteness of where he lives, he only gets 1mb download .
Since then its been left in a pile in the spare room and will probably remain there![/SIZE]

I have one of these for sale, £39 including delivery. Let me know if you are interested. (Brand New)

androo;3864425

I have one of these for sale, £39 including delivery. Let me know if you … I have one of these for sale, £39 including delivery. Let me know if you are interested. (Brand New)



Cupraju;3864301

[SIZE="2"]Basically this justs connects to the back of your … [SIZE="2"]Basically this justs connects to the back of your sky/freeview/tv or whatever you've got thats compatible and sends the picture/sound over a network, be it either your home wifi network or the internet. You can then watch and control your input source remotely. Unfortunately this can't be used with a mobile phone, apart from I think the SE P990, as you need the software to run it.I bought one of these when the last "hot buy" was on. At the time there was a lot of confusion over software compatability with Vista, with some people getting the software in the box, and some not.One of the main drawbacks with this is having to have it plugged into a router as well as the main tv/input source. It does work ok if you have a decent upload/download connection and probably more suited to watching on a psp than a laptopThe only time I ever used it was when I visited my brother in France and watched some TV on the psp, the picture was only just watchable. I have a 1.3mb upload, but due to the remoteness of where he lives, he only gets 1mb download . Since then its been left in a pile in the spare room and will probably remain there![/SIZE]



cheers guys ,think i might pass on this then !!
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