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Miglia launches portable TVMicro

updated 02:55 pm EDT, Mon April 10, 2006

Miglia launches TVMicro

Miglia Technology today launched the TVMicro, a portable device that allows users to watch and record analog TV via Mac systems on-the-go. The TVMicro is roughly the size of an iPod shuffle, features a "cool white" color, and plugs into any USB 2.0 port. The device is powered by EyeTV 2.0 software, which supports one-click recording to Macs. Miglia's TVMicro can display TV in a window or in full-screen mode, and offers users the ability to browse online TV guides to find a desired show. TVMicro ships with a remote control for $100, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. A Dual G4, a G5, or an Intel Dual Core system is required for full-size recording.

by MacNN Staff





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