New TiVo DVR Boasts a Terabyte of Storage

By Bryan Gardiner / Published by Dwell
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So much television, so little time. With fall TV lineups now in full swing—including some of the best shows that have aired in years—your cable company or satellite-issued DVR is likely running dangerously low on space. Thankfully, TiVo has a nice (if pricey) solution.

As the successor to the Series3, the new TiVo HD XL offers up ample room for all those Mad Men episodes and anything else you can throw at it. Equipped with a massive terabyte drive, you can record up to 150 hours of HD television—which should be more than enough to sate the appetite of even the most hopeless TV addict. Audio- and videophiles will be pleased to note that the unit boasts full support for Dolby THX, as well as a handsome premium back-lit remote.

At $600, the DVR is twice as expensive as the TiVo HD. But then again, you're getting more than seven times the storage space. Think of it as paying for privilege of not having to decide about what to keep (and what to erase) on your DVR.

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Bryan Gardiner

@bryan_gardiner

Bryan has covered the ins and outs Silicon Valley and the tech industry for close to five years, writing about everything from supercomputers to greentech. He is a frequent contributor to Wired.com and has also written for the LA Weekly, PC Magazine and McSweeney’s. He also pens a regular gadget column for NorthWest Airlines.

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