December 12, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
Apparently Moxi still has some life after all. Almost a full year after the company cut its staff and product line, they are showing they aren’t dead yet, with the release of a new HD DVR.
The product has popped up on Amazon, which is taking orders for the company. The Moxi HD DVR combines your TV, your PC, and web access all via the Moxi menu. You can stream photos, video and music to the TV, and even tap into Flickr or Finetune. It also has CableCard support and a 500GB hard drive, which can hold about 75 hours of HD. Another nice bonus is no service fees.
Zatz Not Funny says that the unit is actually a soft launch, which just means they don’t want to get in too deep. For now, a limited number of units will be available.
Are you interested in the $800 box? Sound off in the comments section below.
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