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Deal of the day: Slingbox AV for $70

by Brad Linder, posted Jul 3rd 2008 11:31AM
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Looking for a good deal on a Slingbox? Woot has the Slingbox AV for $70 today only. Shipping will set you back another $5, but that's still about $35 cheaper than the $110 you'd usually pay for a Slingbox AV.

Like its siblings in the Slingbox family, the Slingbox AV lets you stream media over the internet. That means you can plug the Slingbox AV into your home cable box, TiVo, or other audio/video equipment and then watch live or pre-recorded video on an internet-connected computer or mobile device.

The Slingbox AV is one of the cheapest models available. You can only plug in one audio/video device at a time using the S-Video or composite inputs. This box also does not support HD video. If you're looking for HD, you either need an adaptor or the Slingbox Solo. If you want multiple inputs and/or HD video, you should check out the Slingbox Pro. But if you're just looking to save money and stream content from your TiVo to your mobile phone, today's a good day to buy.

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The Sling adapter is a great product that makes TV viewing so much more flexible. This is also available right now for a limited time from DISH for free. If you are like me and like to watch movies all the time then DISH Network works out great. I like to use the Sling adapter which gives you TV everywhere. I use my iPad to watch TV at the airport or when I am at lunch at work. I take this thing with me everywhere. I like I no longer am stuck at home on the couch and watching TV. I have a little bit of time then I can watch a TV show or watch live news. This works with other devices like a laptop or Android phone. This is a must have product. There is nothing like having control over TV when you want to watch it. Get the best deals from DISH Network where I work.

November 23 2011 at 12:25 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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