Ceton Announces New $199 Retail Price for InfiniTV Digital Cable Quad-Tuner Models

Ceton have today announced a $100 price reduction on their InfiniTV Digital Cable Quad-Tuner models.

Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB Tuner Now Available for Pre-Order

We told you earlier this month that Ceton’s new InfiniTV 4 USB Tuner had been CableLab certified. Now it’s available for pre-order and will be shipping within 30 days.

Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB Tuner Now CableLabs Certified

The Ceton Coporation have tweeted that their Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB tuner has been CableLabs certified.

Ceton Announce $100 Instant Rebate Against Any InfiniTV 4 Product

Today the Ceton Corporation announced a special $100 instant rebate against the purchase of any InfiniTV 4 product.

HDHomeRun PRIME 6CC now available for preorder for $499.99

With a release date of 07/18/11, you can now preorder the SiliconDust HDHomeRun PRIME 6CC for $499.99. This new six tuner CableCARD tuner would compliment any HTPC system that currently uses cable and Windows Media Center.

HDHomeRun PRIME is now available for preorder for $249.99

SiliconDust has just announced that the new HDHomeRun PRIME is available for preorder with a ship date of June 29, 2011. This is a major milestone for SiliconDust and we are excited to see the PRIME hit the market. Read on to find out more about the PRIME!

HDHomeRun Prime CableCARD Tuner Now Available to Preorder

As you know, here at UWHS we are big fans of the HDHomeRun (Tim has several) and back at CES Tim talked to Silicon Dust about their forthcoming HDHomeRun Prime. Well now its available for pre-order.

CES 2011 SiliconDust HDHomeRun PRIME, Dual and MAC Tuners

I spent a few minutes with Jason Ludka over at the SiliconDust booth watching cable TV on the HDHomeRun PRIME CableCARD tuner yesterday. In addition to the PRIME CableCARD tuner, SiliconDust has three new digital tuners for 2011. Check out some of the pictures and specs from the booth of these very compact tuners!

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