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Ceton Introduces InfiniTV 6 ETH – 6 Tuner Network CableCARD Device

Ceton Introduces InfiniTV 6 ETH - 6 Tuner Network CableCARD DeviceCeton started the week off with a bombshell announcement. They have launched their brand new InfiniTV 6 ETH. Yes, they’ve launched, not announced, it. It’s available now from [amazon_link id=”B00CBXEKZ0″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Amazon and other retailers for only $299[/amazon_link]. The design looks very similar to the USB version of the InfiniTV 4 (reviewed here), with a couple of minor changes. In terms of functionality it takes one CableCARD and can record up to six TV shows simultaneously. It doesn’t need to be directly connected to a PC either. Simply plug an Ethernet cable into it from your router and it can easily be paired with multiple Windows Media Center machines around your house. If you’re stuck with a cable provider that uses Switched Digital Video (SDV) then you’ll be happy to know that the InfiniTV 6 only requires one SDV Tuning Adapter, and it can be plugged directly into the InfiniTV via the Mini-USB port located on the back of the device. If a network-attached device isn’t something you’re looking for then you’ll be able to grab a PCI-e version next month.

Six tuners, one CableCARD, Ethernet sharing across your home network, all for only $299! It sounds great to us! Look for a full review soon!

For more information check out the official product page.


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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.