Sling Media Slingbox Pro, Slingbox Tuner, Slingbox A/V Video
CNET's Rich DeMuro chats with Sling Media CEO Blake Krikorian at CNET's New York offices. The company's new products are the Slingbox Pro, Slingbox AV and Slingbox Tuner.
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If you can't live without your favorite shows, the Editors' Choice winning Sling Media Slingbox is the best way to beam them to any broadband-connected PC or Windows Mobile device in the world. CNET's John Falcone shows you the box.\r\n
If you can't live without your favorite shows, the Editors' Choice-winning Sling Media Slingbox is the best way to beam them to any broadband-connected PC or Windows Mobile device in the world.
The latest Slingbox models offer full HD streaming of your home TV services to a wide variety of devices. The Slingbox 500 adds Wi-Fi, HDMI, and additional media tricks as well.
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At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind speaks to Sling Media public relations manager, Brian Jacquet about the company's new Slingcatcher product. Using a wireless connection and an existing Slingbox, the new box allows users to watch their home television content from any television anywhere.
Molly Wood unboxes the ultimate device for watching live television from anywhere. Check out her take on the new, oddly shaped Slingbox 500.
Yahoo cuts the amount of time it will store your data, the Slingbox links up with the BlackBerry, and we take a look at the oh-so-stylish Gunnar Optiks.
Sling Media Slingbox Pro Review
The good: Streams home A/V to any broadband-connected Mac, Windows PC, Windows Mobile, or Palm Treo 700p device in the world; accepts HD video (with optional dongle); can accept as many as four A/V inputs (composite, S-Video, RF, and component); no host PC or monthly charges required; simple, straightforward setup; excellent, easy-to-use software; controls almost all cable and satellite boxes and DVRs; excellent video quality over LAN, decent video quality via the Internet.
The bad: Component-video adapter and cellphone/PDA viewing software costs extra; no built-in wireless networking support; monopolizes the attached device during viewing; Palm viewing software only works on Treo 700p.
The bottom line: While its ability to accept multiple sources and optional HD is overkill for most users, the more-expensive Slingbox Pro makes sense for hardcore Slingers with gobs of video gear.
Sling Media Slingbox Pro Specs
Manufacturer: Sling Media
Part number: SB200-100
- Product Specifications