REVIEW: Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB Review

Ceton’s new device, the InfiniTV 4 USB ... gives the ability to record four shows at once from a small USB box that can be connected to virtually any Windows 7 PC ... One thing was never in doubt with the Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB: its reliability. We recorded over 100 shows in a weekend, typically with four being recorded at a time, on the AMD box, and it didn’t miss a single recording. It simply worked every single time we tried to record something!

REVIEW: Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB CableCARD Tuner

For more than a year enthusiasts in the Home Theater PC (HTPC) community have known Ceton as the Kirkland, WA company that delivered the first true PCIe, and until recently only, Digital Cable Tuner (DCT) available on the market ... they have introduced a new external USB member to their four tuner product line with planned availability on September 19th -- aptly named “InfiniTV 4 USB.” Pros: Stability, Form factor, Software ecosystem, including 10’ UI experience in Window 7 Media Center

REVIEW: Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB First Look

Today we received a much anticipated package from a little company based out of Kirkland Washington. Of course it was the Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB! ... Check back in a few days for a full review. We’ll be picking up yet another CableCARD and getting this beauty hooked up tomorrow!

REVIEW: First Look: Ceton InfiniTV 4 USB CableCARD Tuner

Now it is Ceton's turn [for a Digital Cable Tuner review] because their newest tuner, the $299 InfiniTV 4 USB, arrived this afternoon ... The full review is coming when we have had a chance to really beat it up (it is looking good as we pass the six hour mark in the single PC stress test) and test the device's capabilities as a standalone and shared resource.

Kirkland's Ceton releases external tuner

Ceton's going outside the box. The family-run Kirkland hardware company today announced an external, plug-in version of its TV tuner for Windows PCs ... The setup lets you replace cable company set-top boxes with a PC, which can stream the live and recorded TV around the home using "extender" devices such as an Xbox 360 console.