Sling Media created an innovative product in their original Slingbox, but at the end of September Sling Media came out with a family of Slingboxes. The top end Slingbox is the Pro.
Having the Pro for only a month or so, I am at a loss as to how I lived before the product came along. I like the Pro because it has the ability to connect to HD components as well as having multiple inputs for multiple devices.
If you are unsure which Slingbox is perfect for you, SlingCommunity has the perfect article about which Sling is right for you. In case you don’t know what a Slingbox does, here it is in a nutshell: hook your Slingbox up to your home network, and to your A/V system and then be able to watch the stuff on your TV and DVR (ex: Tivo) from anywhere outside your home that has Internet access on a piece of software that runs on PCs and Macs.
The Slingbox Pro ensures that you can watch all of your favorite home theather entertainment anywhere you go. Using an Internet connected computer or compatible mobile phone, you can watch and control your home TV, DVR, basic cable, digital cable or satellite receiver anywhere around your home or around the globe. WIth a slingbox Pro you will never be separated from your favorite TV shows, sports broadcasts, breaking news stories, digital video recordings or video on demand. Video & Securty Camera NTSC TV Antenna Any NTS, Component HD, S-Video or Composite video source System Requirements – Windows Vista, XP or 200 (SP4), Pentium IV 1GHz, PowerPC G3 or later, 600 MHz any Intel-Base Mac, Mac OS X 10.3 or later, 256MB RAM (1GB recommended), 100MB Hard Drive Space, 24-bit Color Graphics Card, 1024 x 768 display, 16-bit Sound Card, Ethernet Network Connectivity (wired, wireless or power line), Cable or DSL Modem, 256 Kbps Upstream Network Speed recommended, Home Network Router with UPnP compatibility.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)
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