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May 21, 2010

Freeview on a laptop

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by David Allen

With the FIFA World Cup kick off only a matter of weeks away, England fans will be wondering how they are going to get to see the live games without falling out with the boss.

One of the easiest solutions would be to turn the computer into a TV, which can easily be done with a USB TV Tuner.

This is a device that looks very similar to a flash drive, yet it offers so much more than stored data.

The AVerMedia range of TV Tuners starts at just £59.99 and brings the world of Freeview to a laptop or desktop computer.

As long as there is a decent Freeview signal, there will be need to take time off work or spend a long two hours down the pub drinking cold beers with friends.

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