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conclusion:We like it

84

The Slingbox 350 replaces the Slingbox Solo, and adds 1080p streaming (though your ability to pull in true HD streams will depend on a lot of factors, including your display and your internet connection), and a simplified setup process. Beyond that, it's a classic Slingbox, with the usual ability to stream broadcast, satellite and cable TV programming, including DVR recordings and on-demand programs, to your mobile devices and computers. If you don't need 1080p streams, the discontinued Slingbox Solo is still available, for under $100.

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Critic reviews

7.7
7 reviews
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    8.0
  • Video quality
    8.2
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    8.0
  • Design and form factor
    7.8

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User reviews

8.0
1 review
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    8.0
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    8.0
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    8.0
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    8.0
  • Design and form factor
    8.0
8.0
Engadget Oct 9, 2012

For the time being ... we'd recommend you go with a Slingbox 350, pick up a $30 SlingPlayer app for your mobile device and be glad that the content industry hasn't figured out a way to put Sling Media out of business permanently.

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8.0
CNET Nov 25, 2012

It would be nice if the Slingbox 350 were a bit cheaper, or, most importantly, if it included the built-in Wi-Fi found on its more expensive sibling. That said, the Slingbox 350 is still the best overall choice to stream your home TV anywhere.

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7.0
PC Mag Nov 7, 2012

Think of the Slingbox 350 as an updated, less-expensive Slingbox Solo. It's great for watching cable TV channels and recorded content on the go, but there's not much that's new, even four years later.

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6.0
Gizmodo Nov 19, 2012

If you're already a Slingbox user, there's not much of a compelling reason to upgrade. This particular model of Slingbox hasn't been improved on much, aside from a fresh design and the addition of 1080p video—and wireless streaming doesn't really have the bandwidth for you to even see that.

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9.0
Mashable Oct 10, 2012

If you’re new to placeshifting and want an easy way to access your content on the go, the Slingbox 350 is worth a look.

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8.0
TechHive Oct 9, 2012

The Slingbox 350 especially, with its $180 price tag and no-brainer setup, could entice newcomers to place shifting.

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8.0
Time Oct 9, 2012

It’s good to get reacquainted with this gadget, in an incarnation that’s simpler and more capable than the version I got addicted to back in the last decade.

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