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April 5, 2010

Sky launches its 1Tb STB

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by David Allen

The satellite provider BSkyB has launched a new set top box that is capable of storing up to two hundred and forty hours worth of high definition content, so the user can play back stored programming when they want to watch TV.

The design of the equipment is modern and sleek with a massive 1 Tb hard drive, offering the buyer the chance to have something completely different to the normal set top boxes around at the moment.

The increased capacity also means that the user can experience more content available through the Sky Anytime service.

In actual fact by adding this content to the total available content there turns out to be around 160 hours worth of content available to the user.

The Sky 1TB set top box is on sale now and will cost around £250.

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