UpdatedThe Sky+ HD 2TB PVR can store 350 hours of HD TV and now has built in Wi-Fi to boot. Is it still the best PVR out there?
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Now you can have Sky HD anywhere in the house without a giant, noisy PVR, but at what cost? A pretty high one
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In the world of advanced TV technology, Sky sees itself as the market leader. And that's certainly true when it comes to HD - it has the broadest selection of channels. But its VOD offerings are less impressive
With the birth of Sky's HD receiver, you can enjoy not just movies in pristine high definition, but also live sports, documentaries and music. Similarly, a lot also comes with surround sound for the first time, making this a genuine home cinema revolution.
It's perhaps the most eagerly awaited piece of new technology to hit the UK since the introduction of DVD. Heralding nothing less than a new era of broadcast technology, Sky's debut HD receiver, made by Thomson, has given cinephiles in the UK...
It's been billed as the biggest upgrade to our viewing experience sincecolour TV, and for better or worse, Sky has taken the lead and launched the most comprehensive and technically advanced hi-def service on this side of the Atlantic
Since it was launched in 2001, the Sky PVR has become the UK's de facto digital recorder standard. After targeting early adopters, the company has been aiming its Sky device squarely at the mass-market.