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Sony VAIO VGX-XL3 Digital Living System

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  • Sony VAIO VGX-XL3 Digital Living System

    This Windows Vista-based Media Center PC is one of the first to support CableCards for decrypting and recording scrambled programming, but it does so with some severe limitations.

At a Glance

This Windows Vista-based Media Center PC is one of the first to support CableCards for decrypting and recording scrambled programming, but it does so with some severe limitations.

Pros

  • Fully loaded system, including Blu-ray recorder
  • First PC to record scrambled cable content

Cons

  • Can't record TV to Blu-ray with CableCard
  • Doesn't support 1080p playback
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