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Old 04-24-2012, 01:10 PM   #1
geetrue
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Default Anyone heard of the "Hopper" yet?

The hopper is a new satellite reciever from dish that has a 2tb hdd and automatically records all prime time stations everyday for several days so you can watch it when you feel like it without pushing the record button after looking at the schedule for the week.

I have direct tv and I think I will switch to dish ... this is not a commercial.

Have ya'll heard of it yet and if so ... what do you think?

http://www.hdtvmagazine.com/podcast/...er-by-dish.php

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The Hopper isn’t just a Dish receiver, though. It supports DLNA, so it can stream your local music or movie collection without the need for another player in your home theater. Now that Dish owns Blockbuster, it also has a built in connection to Blockbuster@Home movies, so you can watch just about anything you want. New releases are available for rental like Vudu and many catalog titles are free, like Netflix. It even has a few Internet apps built right in
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