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TVonics seeks Brits to beta test BBC iPlayer over Wi-Fi

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UK DVR maker TVonics is looking for "a small amount" of folk who own its DTR-HV250 set-top box to test its implementation of BBC iPlayer.

The DVR lacks an Ethernet port, so TVonics is looking for owners with a Wi-Fi network at home. Presumably, it'll supply a USB Wi-Fi dongle to clip into the DTR-HV250's rear-facing USB port.

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TVonics' invite came in the form of a Tweet made this afternoon. Follow and respond to @TVonics if you want to be in with a chance of taking part.

You can read Reg Hardware's review of the TVonics DTR-HV250 here. ®

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