[access-uk] Re: two new products from nebula electronics

nebula make a usb device which requires  power via a mains transformer as 
well as a good digital signal from your aerial.

The device costs around £70. The software is very accessible and very good. 
If you want to record two programmes simultaneously, you will need an 
additional usb slave unit, which costs around £50.
HTH

Steve Green
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From: "Spring.flower" <spring.flower@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 7:13 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: two new products from nebula electronics


> You can get an accessible tv stick from them though can't you? I know its
> been discussed before but I had no interest then, do now.
>
> I believe its fully accessible and could be used on a laptop, no idea of 
> its
> price though, anyone know?
>
> Anything else I need to know?
>
> Trace
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Stephen Green" <stephen.tina@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 10:35 AM
> Subject: [access-uk] two new products from nebula electronics
>
>
> Last night, Nebula Electronics announced the launch of two new products 
> for
> sale later this year.
> The first is a network attached home media server, which has three 
> freeview
> tuners which will allow up to 15 simultaneous recordings with audio
> description on a half terabyte hard disc. The content can then be streamed
> to any LAN attached PC, and which can then be viewed on the PC's monitor.
>
> The other product is a home media client, which is actually a micro PC 
> which
> can be attached to a monitor or suitably equipped TV. Details are short 
> here
> but it will probably be through composite video output plus audio. These
> clients however, will not be able to run screen readers and are operated
> solely with a remote control.
>
> Prices have yet to be announced. Further details can be obtained on the
> Nebula website.
>
> Steve Green
>
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