TivoToGo on a Ship?

Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by daynarose, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. SeanC

    SeanC ECT

    Dec 30, 2003


    Would that make it a Super Smeek?
  2. GoHokies!

    GoHokies! O2->CO2 Converter

    Sep 21, 2005
    Sorry, I usually don't usually wander through this forum, but I was bored tonight.

    LT GoHokies, fresh off of 4 years of sea duty, reporting.

    Don't even think about it. The bandwidth you're going to have on a ship will barely support web browsing (depending on ship and where you are in the world and which way the ship is pointing), let alone any downloading, slingboxing, bittorrenting (good way to get yourself NJP'd), or anything else of the like.

    Mail is going to be slow, but getting DVD's mailed is your only bet for keeping up while you're on deployment. That being said, you're not going to be away for more than 2-3 weeks (and that's a long trip) on a regular basis, so get a big old hard drive in the Tivo at home, and catch up while you can.

    Better advice available with more info on what ship you'll be on and what you'll be doing in the navy.

    Sail Safe!
  3. hyachts

    hyachts New Member

    Jan 4, 2005
    Nashua, NH
    Looks like daynarose hasn't logged in since about 20 min after that one post. Such great advice gone to waste... :p

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