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Ceton InfiniTV 6 review: A six-tuner dynamo for Microsoft’s dying media center

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At a Glance

Provided you have the right network infrastructure, Windows Media Center, and digital cable TV service, Ceton's InfiiniTV 6 is an excellent foundation for a whole-home TV-entertainment system.

Price when rated: $299
Lowest price: $289.00 via Amazon.com Marketplace

Pros

  • Six! Count ‘em, six digital tuners!
  • Supports premium and encrypted SD and HD cable TV channels
  • Dynamically assigns tuners to different PCs as needed

Cons

  • No way to view/record shows on your smartphone or tablet
  • Requires Windows Media Center
  • Requires high-end home network infrastructure
  • Not compatible with or satellite TV
  • Not DLNA certified
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