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Slingbox

Slingbox
alaAverage 4.1

8 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites.

On average, users rate this product 90/100.

Review analysis

(Based on 8 reviews)

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Slingbox

 

For frequent travelers, especially those who are sports fans or who have DVRs full to bursting with recorded shows, Slingbox successfully brings the comforts of home to wherever you roam.

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Slingbox

 

Supports MP3: No, Supports WMA: No, Shows Video: Yes

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Slingbox

 

For frequent travelers, especially those who are sports fans or who have DVRs full to bursting with recorded shows, Slingbox successfully brings the comforts of home to wherever you roam.

Easy-to-use, friendly interface ; Video quality scales with your connection speed ; Complete control of device via virtual remote control

Connection through Apple wireless router requires manual configuration ; No built-in Wi-Fi networking

Although the Slingbox product line has been around for the better part of two years, the Mac version of the company’s SlingPlayer software was only made available in its final form recently. Original pre-release versions of the software looked like a...

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Sling Box

 

Don't settle for streaming telly from room to room. Flin it across to the other side of the world with the Sling Box. Using a Wi-Fi connection you can send any television show to any other TV in the world assuming theres a broadband connection about....

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Slingbox Review

 

Sounds like some sort of SKY+ marketing line, except it's not it is in fact the spec sheet for the Slingbox. Now available in the UK this little bit of uber gadgetry can control your Sky Plus box and server it up to you over a broadband connection...

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Slingbox

 

Ability to watch your own tv from anywhere with an internet connection is great. Connected to a PVR also then has the side benefit of being able to program it remotely

Picture quality is reliant on having a decent upload speed on your home broadband - an aspect sadly neglected by many ISPs

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