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What the frag? Earn millions as the world watches you SLAY rivals

Review After learning how much Swedish gamer PewDiePie earns in a year from his YouTube channel (reportedly $7m for 3.7 billion views), I recommend everyone buys an HD capture device and starts uploading gaming videos. You never know, perhaps you too can cash in before the filming-your-reactions-while-gaming bubble bursts... But …
Lucy Orr, 12 May 2014
Hauppauge MyTV 2 Go

Hauppauge MyTV 2Go

Accessory of the Week There’s no shortage of TV tuners for either Macs or PCs. But Hauppauge’s MyTV 2Go is different in that it allows you to connect to it over Wi-Fi from an iPhone or an iPad, as well as a computer. Hauppauge MyTV 2 Go In addition to freeing you from having an extra device plugged into the iPad, it also means you have much more …
Hauppauge MyTV 2GO mobile TV tuner

TV tuner maker intros mobile Freeview pick-up

TV tuner maker Hauppauge has introduced a mobile gadget that streams Freeview content to you phone, tablet or computer over its own wireless network. The MyTV 2GO makes Freeview digital TV shows appear on a free app that's available for iDevices, Macs and Windows PCs. Hauppauge MyTV 2GO mobile TV tuner The gadget has its …
Hard Reg, 3 Feb 2012
Hauppauge Colossus

Hauppauge Colossus HD PCIe card

Review When I first looked at the box containing the Hauppauge Colossus I wasn’t quite sure as to what its exact purpose was. I saw the words “HD Video Recorder,” “PCI-Express,” and “HDMI” thinking I could use it to record almost anything and then I noticed the asterisks. Hauppauge Colossus Hauppauge's Colossus: break out the old …
Shaun Dormon, 10 Aug 2011
Hauppage Broadway 2T

Hauppauge offers global vision with Broadway 2T

Here in Blighty, we’re lucky enough to have on-line services such as the BBC iPlayer to watch our favourite TV shows again on-line, but travel abroad and access to those services is verboten. If you’re a telly addict with a local language problem, this does rather limit the entertainment to hand. Remote TV viewing is one answer …
Bob Dormon, 18 Apr 2011

Hauppauge myTV Pocket Freeview PMP

Review Pocket TVs have thankfully come on a ways since the world went 'er.. what?' at the unveiling of the Sinclair MTV1 back in 1977. The myTV Player from TV tuner specialist Hauppauge is a fresh attempt to bring you telly on the move, this time wrapping a DVB-T receiver - Freeview, basically - and a PMP into a single, affordable …
Alun Taylor, 11 Nov 2008

Hauppauge pitches PC TV tuner at Freesat punters

With Freesat, the satellite telly answer to Freeview, just weeks from launch, TV tuner specialist Hauppauge has begun punting a USB-connected box capable of picking up the free content - even Freesat's HD broadcasts. The WinTV Nova-S USB2 bridges the gap between a Windows PC and the feed from a standard satellite dish - …
Tony Smith, 17 Apr 2008

Hauppauge preps portable Freeview player

Hauppauge is well known for its PC add-ons that let us all watch telly on our desktops, but the manufacturer’s branching out and has created a Freeview-enabled portable media player (PMP) to turn us all into portable telly addicts. Hauppauge_PMP Hauppauge's PMP: perfect for portable TV and music? The unit has a 3.5in …

Hauppauge pitches Pay TV add-on for PCs

Want to watch Pay TV on your PC? If so, Hauppauge's new WinTV-CI is here to help. It's an add-on for the company's range of WinTV tuners that allows you to plug in a Common Access Module (CAM) and signal-uncscrambling smartcard. The WinTV-CI links the WinTV tuner to a range of third-party CAM modules, such as AlphaCrypt, Conax …
Tony Smith, 17 Jan 2008

HD TV, without the monthly fee

The days when folk owned HD displays but didn’t make much use of them, because of expensive peripherals or satellite subscription costs... could be over. Hauppauge Digital has created an HD TV tuner card that picks up free-to-air HD channels. The Hauppauge WinTV-Nova-HD-S2 card plugs into a PCI slot on a PC and connects to a …

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