TiVo Premiere Review - BWOne.com





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TiVo the makers of well the TiVo box has now come with their Series 4 TiVo that is suppose to change the game for TiVo and the set-top box market.

The new TiVo Premiere comes with a new light and smaller design that the previous TiVo boxes of the past. This design makes it much nicer to put it newer TV stand that are coming more slim and compact. The ports on the back are pretty much the same as the previous TiVo HD box with HDMI, coaxial, component, composite video connections. Also two USB ports, eSATA port for external storage, Ethernet port for a wired connection and a CableCard slot which you will need to get from your cable provider to get this to work and inside there is a 320GB hard drive to round up the hardware features.

Now before you even get started the setup process does take quite awhile so be prepared to have 30-45 minutes of waiting time to get things setup. Now the new menu system is a flash based UI menu system with HD visual in most of the screens. The UI is based off of the "swivel" UI that was shown in the last TiVo series update. Going to a specific show will give you more information about that show and will give you suggestions and more content related to each show and even down to the actor as well and also the top part next to the picture and picture will dynamically changed according to the content that you are looking for.

Searching is a lot easier than before as it uses full swivel search and as you type in a name your searching for the suggestion will come up and will show content related to what you are searching for as well. Search is nice but keyboard is really needed to feel that searching can be a lot easier....Read Full Review here at http://bwone.com/tivo-premiere-review/


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