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Thoughts and Experiences from the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado

Tivo Comes to Comcast


Sometime in the second half of 2007 Comcast will roll out Tivo for the Motorola DCT6412 set top boxes and I will probably be one of the first ones to sign up for the service. Once you sign up, the software will download to your set-top box and Comcast will send you a Tivo remote.  This is going to be so cool.  The current user interface that is provided on these set-top boxes is horrible.

The only drawback is that it going to cost more money than the $10 that I am already paying for the HD DVR.  So how much is it going to cost?  Who knows, but it better not be too much.

The question that remains is that will I be able to share with my other Tivo's or will I will be able to download it to my computer and burn a DVD or transfer it to my laptop?  I have seen some that says that will be disabled and many who don't discuss it.  This would be good to include and what separates Tivo from the rest.

You can read more on CNET, TiVo without a TiVo box or on Engadget, Comcast DVR with TiVo: pics, features.  You can take a look at a video presentation from the floor at CES at PC World, Tivo Demonstrates on Comcast DVR.