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Elgato unveils EyeTV Hybrid

updated 02:10 pm EDT, Wed August 16, 2006

EyeTV Hybrid unveiled

Elgato today unveiled its EyeTV Hybrid, delivering free over-the-air digital TV to a Mac via antenna as well as analog TV via antenna and standard cable. The analog/digital TV receiver supports browsing EyeTV menus in full screen mode; rewind, fast forward, and pause functionality for digital TV; the ability to record hours of TV shows directly onto the hard drive and edit out unwanted content; locate TV shows using the built-in program guide; export clips as well as entire episodes to a fifth-generation iPod with video; and connect game consoles to experience zero-latency game play. EyeTV Hybrid is priced at $150, and includes a break-out cable for composite video as well as S-Video.




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  1. Jeff Edsell

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    For older Macs

    What kind of horesepower might be required for plain old analog cable? And would USB 1.0 work?

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