Those wanting to watch Freeview channels..

  Stuartli 20:58 02 Aug 2005
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..on their PC system might find the answer with what appears to be a rather neat device.

It can be found at:

click here

  Al94 21:19 02 Aug 2005

Looks amazing - can't help but wonder how good that little aerial will be though

  Pooke 21:24 02 Aug 2005

for fifty quid.

  Stuartli 22:51 02 Aug 2005

The review provided by a customer claims that he takes it with him on trips and uses it on his laptop in his hotel room - can even use the hotel TV aerial feed if necessary.

  Pooke 23:03 02 Aug 2005

cool

  v1asco 10:14 03 Aug 2005

about the size of a couple of packets cigs. It has an aerial remarkably similar to the Freecom. Very effective, works up to 20 miles off the coast and is multi-national (though the only english(?) programme I saw in Belgium was Neighbours!!!).

Taffy

  Stuartli 10:53 03 Aug 2005

I presume you mean this TwinHan prodcut?

click here

I have the TwinHan DTV-ter D + A PCI TV card.

  sunny staines 18:54 03 Aug 2005

excelent tip thank you

  jimmybond 19:02 03 Aug 2005

"The review provided by a customer claims that he takes it with him on trips and uses it on his laptop in his hotel room"
wouldn't it just be easier to use the TV in the hotel room :-)

  Stuartli 21:36 03 Aug 2005

Probably, but it would most likely to be limited in choice to terrestial channels at a modest establishment.

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