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Miglia ships TVMini+ with DVB-T support

updated 10:35 am EST, Thu December 13, 2007

Miglia ships TVMini+

Miglia has released the TVMini+, a device that aims to offer complete digital entertainment with Miglia TV software in an ultra-portable format. The device plugs into a USB 2.0 port, thus enabling users to watch and record analog as well as digital terrestrial television. Supported by the DVB-T standard, the TVMini+ combines a 10-bit analog-to-digital converter and a video decoder for improved reception, according to Miglia. TVMini+ is available for $175, and comes with a 2-year warranty. [updated with proper images]

The Miglia TV software offers a suite of options that includes an iTunes export plug-in for transferring recordings to iPods or iPhones, and users maintain full use of Apple's popular Front Row or QuickTime media players. An Electronic Program Guide provides a comprehensive overview of favorite shows, and can wake up the computer to start recording on time.

"TVMini+ is a fantastic solution for any Mac owner due to its wide range of features and its sleek, compact design," said Eric Ferraz, CTO of Miglia. "Customers will get all their TV needs in one small highly portable tuner and also benefit from a full suite of ground-breaking software."

The device also ships with a full featured remote control and digital antenna.

by MacNN Staff



  1. PHoynak

    Joined: Dec 1969


    US or UK?

    Is this for the US or UK?

  1. elroth

    Joined: Dec 1969


    not u.s.

    It looks like only European countries, Australia, Asia. You have to search for the information on the Miglia website - you would think they would say this prominently up front. It looks like Miglia doesn't have anything right now for U.S. digital over-the-air.

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