Reason of Clearance:
B Grade - Unwanted Return/Ex-Display Model, 6 Month Warranty, non-refundable.
Please be advised that this is a B-Grade item, it has been fully tested and is in perfect working order however the packaging may not be in perfect condition and the product could have minor scratches. It is supplied with a 6 month warranty and is not covered by our 14 day return policy.
- Plug & Play, powered by USB port, Windows XP/Vista/7 compatible
- Time-shift, real-time and scheduled recording, universal and regional channel scan
- Electronic program guide, subtitles, support MPEG1/2/4 and H.264
- Ultra-low power consumption, infrared remote control, 75 Ohm RF connector socket, USB 2.0 port
- Dimensions: 6.9 x 2.0 x 1.4 cm, net weight: 14g
It has incorporated the latest technology and can probably offer the best performance comparing with other USB TV receivers, comes with gift-box packaging and a mini antenna, remote control, USB cable and user manual in the box.
This digital TV receiver is Plug & Play, meaning it is powered purely by your computer's USB port, with no need for drivers. This takes away the need for an external power cable, as it has ultra-low power consumption. With a compact size of under 7 cm, and weighing only 14 grams, the August DVB receiver and recorder fits a lot of features into its small shell.
The August DVB-T205 gives you the power to time shift your programs, allowing you to pause and rewind live TV. Pick your programme with the user-friendly EPG, and record shows to watch back at your leisure. You can even sit back and relax, with the included remote control. There is even the option to switch on subtitles.
Please note there may be difficulty in receiving Freeview TV signal via the included portable antenna in some areas where the signal is not sufficiently strong.
Watch live TV, listen to digital radio and record your favourite shows on your PC. The DVB-T205 turns your PC into a powerful entertainment centre, giving you access to over 40 Freeview channels 20 digital radio stations and the ability to record in either real-time, scheduled, or time-shift modes and store episodes on your hard drive or even burn them to DVD.
Simple to install, just plug it in and insert the CD for the supplied Total Media software, or start using it straight away through Windows Media Center. Supporting a variety of broadcast standards including MPEG1/2/4 and H.264, it packs a lot of versatility into its small case.
Offering the best reception we have seen from a USB TV Stick, the DVB-T205 is the ideal solution for adding Digital TV to your laptop or desktop PC.
-CPU: P4 1.4GHz or above
- RAM: 256MB or above
- Graphic Card: 32 MB or above
- Sound Card, CD-ROM, USB2.0 port
- Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7
- Microsoft Direct X9.0 or above
- USB Freeview TV receiver
- USB Extension Cable
- Portable antenna with magnetic base & smooth surface suction base
- Remote control
- Software CD
- User manual
There may be difficulty to receive Freeview TV signal by the included portable antenna in some areas where the signal is not sufficiently strong. This is due to that the Freeview service in the UK is not fully operating yet. The reception will be improving along with the progress of Digital Switchover Program. A signal amplifier or booster may improve reception in regions where the signal is marginally strong. (please note that reception capability may also be affected by various factors such as proximity to Freeview TV/digital radio transmitters, tall building structures, thick walls, ceilings & etc.). A rooftop TV aerial may be required to receive Freeview in regions where the signal is insufficient for a portable antenna.
August is TV brand of an UK based manufacturer August International Ltd, a specialist of manufacturing portable Freeview TVs - standalone and combined with portable DVD players. August TV and computer TV receivers have recently won a number of awards in the UK including Top 3 Small Screen TV of Channel 4, 4-Star awards from "What Hi-Fi ? Sound and Vision" and "Active Home" magazines. August TVs have also been featured recently by Channel 5 Gadget Show and a number of leading magazines in the UK.