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    Twinhan DTV MagicBox and VisionDTV Mini Ter

    Between the two products you've seen here, Twinhan have covered all their bases for anybody wanting a straightforward device enabling them to view terrestrial digital television on their PC. For laptop users or anyone on the move, you have the USB-based MagicBox, and for those only planning to use a single computer to feed their TV watching habits, then the PCI board will be the way to go. The entire installation process for both of these products is so simple, that you should literally be up and running within minutes, which is always a blessing (especially when the footballs about to start!)
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    While I agree that the VisionDTV system by Twinhan is excellent value for money - it is frustrating that not all functionality available to freeview users, is present. For example much additional information is available form the BBC through 'pressing the red button' - there is no red button, and as far as I can tell no other way to access the information.

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