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Topic # 82271 26-Apr-2011 14:48
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my freeveiws good enough

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  Reply # 462538 26-Apr-2011 15:40
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BMW; what's so good about it? My Toyota is good enough.
Why would anyone, ever, for any reason, consider buying a BMW?

Oh. Do you mean for things like features, ease of use, build quality, user interface quality?




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  Reply # 462566 26-Apr-2011 16:02
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anything to make me want to have oneLaughing

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 462569 26-Apr-2011 16:07
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the only feature i really like about it is the remote scheduling via mytivo.co.nz (or whatever the website is).

the interface is pretty ugly and out dated, theres no epg for prime. i used one for about 2 months then switched to windows media center 7.

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  Reply # 462586 26-Apr-2011 16:34
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I like that you can search programmes with certain words in title directly from box, and even have it record it automatically. Good for the coming soon programs, that they don't give a start date for.

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  Reply # 462604 26-Apr-2011 16:57
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Tivo, Magic TV, other digital recorders...

The main appeal is being able to watch what you want when you want, and not have to schedule your life around your programmes' schedules.




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  Reply # 462623 26-Apr-2011 17:21
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Downloads dont count towards your usage on Telecom, if you buy it with the monthly installments it gets charged to your telecom bill, ours is only $10 a month for 36 months I think because we got it when they had that massive special on for home account customers.

What I like about it too, someone says "oh damn blah blah show is on tonight" so I can say "Its algud I'll TiVo it from my phone". Did that at macas the other night with family, nana was stoked and couldnt believe it was possible. Lol.

User friendly-ness is also very good, anyone can pick up the remote and use it

Being able to record one thing and watch another is cool too.

I love my TiVo, let TiVo love you!





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