Hot on the heels of two
other placeshifting technologies
's Roaming Machine, which reportedly does quite a bit more than similar alternatives that port your television shows to wherever you may roam
. In addition to being a self-proclaimed "HD set-top-box" that pulls double duty as a DVR, this dashing thin device can channel your programs to your laptop or mobile through MPEG-4 / H.264 encoding, and relies on the firm's "patented Remote Control eXtensible Mark-up Language (RCXML) technology for a set of command protocols for remote viewing." Additionally, you'll find a trio of units to handle ATSC / NTSC, DVB-S / DVB-T / PAL, and of course, an IP
rendition for the unbiased set. Notably, the company also brags about its LCD HDTV (affectionately dubbed the RoamingTV) which touts a built-in placeshifter
, and while pricing and availability deets aren't available for either, you can purportedly catch both of these technologies at this year's NAB event.