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Save on Ceton Products for Memorial Day

Save on Ceton Products for Memorial DayWe’re heading into another major holiday weekend in the United States, and we’ve become pretty accustomed to Ceton discounting their products to celebrate the holidays. Memorial Day weekend is almost upon us, so Ceton has once again heavily discounted three of their popular products.

This time around they have discounted both the PCIe and Ethernet versions of the InfiniTV 6 CableCard tuners. If you’re looking to add six tuners to your Windows Media Center PC you can do it two different ways. While both options are discounted this weekend, for some reason, they aren’t the same price. If you’d like to use the internal version, you can get the InfiniTV 6 PCIe for $189.99. If you’ve had your heart set on expanding your tuner pool across your network then grab the InfiniTV 6 ETH for only $199.99. Both tuners are great options. You don’t need to worry about bumping up against the Windows Media Center tuner limit either, as Ceton’s drivers remove the limit.

If you have enough tuners already (if that’s even possible!) and you’re just looking to expand the number of televisions on which you access Windows Media Center, then you’ll want to take a look at the Ceton Echo. It is a full-featured Windows Media Center Extender which means you can enjoy all of your live and recorded TV from any other television on your network. The Echo is marked down to $99.99. That’s an $80 discount off of the regular price!

The sale only runs through May 26th, so if you’ve been considering picking up one of these products then you better act quickly!

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Josh Pollard

Josh has been writing software since his parents brought home their first computer. His love for gadgets and technology eventually spurred a passion for home theater technology. After starting the DMZ, he received Microsoft’s MVP award for Windows Media Center. Even though the beloved home theater PC platform is all but dead he continues to tinker with consumer entertainment technology. He’s a life-long gamer and DIY smart home enthusiast. He co-hosts the Entertainment 2.0 podcast with Richard Gunther and the DMZ’s gaming podcast, Story Players, with Joe DeStazio.