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- Adds PVR functions to the latest laptops

London, England – 10 November 2007 – Hauppauge Digital, the world leader in PC TV technology, has introduced an ExpressCard TV tuner, giving owners of the latest laptops a quick and easy way to add free live TV to their PCs. The new Hauppauge WinTV HVR-1400 provides analogue and digital (Freeview) TV reception via the new ExpressCard format, designed for simple, neat expansion of laptops.

Priced at £79.99 (inc VAT), the HVR-1400 is available immediately and supports Windows XP, Windows XP Media Center Edition and Windows Vista. The card also comes with Hauppauge's latest WinTV 6 viewing software and SoftPVR to schedule and record programmes for later viewing – an hour of video occupies just over 1Gb of disk storage. Recorded video can also be burned to DVD for long-term storage.

Owners of the latest laptops with a 54mm ExpressCard slot simply insert the HVR-1400, install the drivers and connect an aerial to enjoy live TV, pause and record TV. With up to 45 Freeview channels available, the HVR-1400 is the perfect upgrade for any laptop user, and the analogue capabilities allow a VCR or set-top box to connect to the laptop.

About Hauppauge Digital

Hauppauge Digital, Inc. is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York. The company is the world leader in desktop TV products, with a range covering PC and Mac, analogue and digital, satellite television broadcast, teletext, FM stereo radio, Dolby surround and video capture. Prices range from £30 to £130 including VAT.

WinTV Product is available online and on the high street, from Amazon, Comet, Currys, Dabs, Dixons, eBuyer, Insight, Maplin Electronics, MicroDirect, MicroWarehouse, Micro Anvika, PCUpgrader, PC World, RS Components, Scan, Staples, Tesco.

For further information please contact:

Yehia Oweiss
020 7378 1997

Peter Linton
Media Link
0118 984 3386

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