Virgin Media TiVo cable TV DVR
If you’re in a Virgin Media cable area, then its TiVo box is a must. It has three tuners, all with buffers, so you can watch one programme while recording two more, flick to a recording, then back to the live TV and rewind it to watch the bit you missed. You can’t do that with Sky+. Press record, and it will include the buffered video in the recording. It will also learn from your viewing habits, as well as taking note when you press the ‘thumbs up’ or ‘thumbs down’ buttons, and suggest programmes for you to record or watch.
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Neato XV-15 robot vacuum cleaner
For those of us who watched Tomorrow’s World in the 1980s, the fact that we still don’t have robots doing household chores for us is a serious disappointment. The launch of the Roomba a few years ago proved something of a false dawn, but Neato has got it just right with the XV-15. Plug its base station into a power socket and then watch as it springs into action at regular intervals. A laser-based Room Positioning System stops it bumping into walls or falling downstairs. And if you leave the door open, it will even vacuum the next room. ®
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Ten... Living Room Gadget Treats
So if I come up with a top 10 list, can I wax lyrical about some stuff that's been sent to me, whilst not really explaining why they were picked over more obvious better candidates?
PS3-Xbox 360 (Why blu-ray when you can have 1080p digital media?)
Sony Amp, Vs Onkyo amps, cheaper with rae reviews.
Ikleen vs Roomba, Roomba gets the rave reviews, and can be picked up for nearly 100 less than the ikleen, plus has a 30 day, I'm not happy send it back guarantee, that the ikleen doesn't....
Perhaps we should just list...top 10 things I can see from my desk.
top 10 things I saw on the way to work.
10 top things I wish people would send me for review...
It "wood" be nice to be able to spell
I also have a lumber heating system - it's called a log fire. The part of the lower back that the chair heats is the lumbar region.
Re: Are you shitting me?
"You’ll also need a pair that are comfortable to wear for long periods and which don’t cost the earth"
£120 for a pair of occasional use headphones is "costing the earth" as far as I'm concerned - I know you can get more expensive ones, but there are also perfectly reasonable cheaper ones that do the same job.
That's just cunting one-upmanship.