The Toshiba AT330 tablet has been shown off at Toshiba World 2012 in Germany and it comes sporting a huge screen and an old school antenna.
Questions, questions, questions. That's our first impressions of the AVerMedia AVerTV Vola HD. It's a budget USB TV tuner that makes us ask things like this: TV on a PC?
The most likeable features here are the USB interface and DTV 4 software. USB tuners have been available for a couple of years now but have yet to render the PCI-E cards obsolete, which is where they deserve to be; USB is the best option for systems of all sizes. The DTV software is bundled with every tuner in the Videomate range, and its ease of use is still unsurpassed.
The S800F is intended to allow users access to TV with the ease they're used to from their actual idiot box, but with much more tweakery and functionality.
MSI's latest version of its popular Wind netbook, the U123, has been announced this week, featuring a faster processor than the first-gen models along with an in-built 3G radio and television tuner.
E-TEN has made a name for itself by cramming features into its Windows Mobile devices, and the V900 (£464 inc. VAT) pulls off something quite spectacular in this respect – it has built-in TV. The telescopic antenna pulls out of one corner of the hardware.
Genius packages its TVGo DVB-TO2Pro in a regular-sized box, but supplies the drivers on a mini 8cm CD. If your laptop has a slot-loading optical drive, we strongly suggest you don't use this CD and instead download drivers from the Genius website.
Pinnacle has updated its NanoStick USB TV tuner by adding HDTV features and has wisely chosen to call the revised product NanoStick Ultimate, instead of using its more prosaic PCTV 73e model code. The Pinnacle certainly lives up to its Nano name, as the tuner measures a tiny 55mm in overall length and only projects 42mm from the USB port. Small is good, but Pinnacle has also made the NanoStick compact by using a sliding cover on the plug, instead of the usual removable cover