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Hands-on with the HDHomeRun Prime CableCARD tuner

Ben Drawbaugh
01.06.11
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Now look what we have here, the long awaited HDHomeRun Prime triple CableCARD tuner for Windows 7 Media Center. Originally announced at CES last year, the little black perforated box is already in production and will soon be selling for $250 after it makes it ways through the final stages of CableLabs certification. The sad fact is there is no way to know when that cert will be sealed, but when it is you'll be able to pre-order and then you can expect to receive it 30 days later. The other little tidbits we picked up from the booth is that SiliconDust is working on a six tuner rack mountable version that should ship later this year and that the ATSC and QAM version we've loved for years has a new case a new price of $129 and will be shipping in February.

Gallery: Hands-on with the HDHomeRun Prime | 25 Photos


Gallery: Hands-on with the new HDHomeRun | 11 Photos

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