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March 12, 2010

Elgato Netstream sharing TV at home

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by David Allen

The TV tuner made by Elgato has always been a good piece of kit but the latest addition to the range, the Elgato Netstream, is not a USB device that has to be plugged into a computer as it plugs straight into the home’s broadband router.

Once connected to the TV aerial and the router, this little silver box will transmit Freeview digital TV all around the house so that any computer can pick it up.

What this does is eliminate the need for a set top box in every room of the house, but it requires a computer to pick the wireless signal up.

Naturally when all of the conditions are perfect the Elgato Netstream is a good device, but in areas with a poor signal it may not be so good.

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