- USB TV Tuner – Watch live Freeview TV on your Laptop PC or Desktop Computer
- Real Time and Scheduled Recording – Save live TV on your hard drive, edit and burn it to DVD
- Time Shifting – Pause, rewind and fast forward, never miss a moment
- Standard Aerial Input – Connects easily to rooftop aerials for optimal reception
- Microsoft Windows Compatible – Works with Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
Turn your laptop into a TV, PC into a Media Centre, Desk into a cinema, the DVB-T202 allows you to watch and record digital TV on your PC. Offering the best reception of any of the TV tuner sticks we’ve tested, this sleek little dongle from August is as simple to use as it is effective.
USB powered, setting up is a doddle, just put the CD in the drive (or download the software and drivers from August’s website if you’re using a netbook), follow the step by step on screen instructions, plug it into your USB port, attach an aerial and scan the airwaves for digital channels.
Electronic Program Guide
Not only can you watch and record TV, you can also use the software to Time-Shift your viewing, this means you can pause Eastenders when the phone goes and rewind and watch the goal you missed when it was your turn to get the teas in.
Pick and plan your viewing with the user friendly EPG, turn on subtitles where they’ve been provided and sit back, relax and watch TV from the comfort of your sofa using the supplied remote control to change channels.
CPU: 1.7GHz or above – RAM: 512MB or above – Graphic Card: 32 MB or above – Sound Card, CD-ROM, USB2.0 port – Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 – Microsoft Direct X9.0 or above Package Contents – USB Freeview TV receiver – Portable antenna with magnetic base & smooth surface suction base – Remote control – Software CD – User manual
Please Note: Freeview reception is affected by various factors such as your proximity to a transmitter, tall buildings, thick walls, ceilings, weather etc. We advise that you connect the TV receiver to a rooftop aerial for the initial channel scan, after saving the channels you can then reposition the receiver to test the signal strength. To improve reception, a portable aerial with signal booster may help.